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The Epitome 1992 



Volume 116 




Lehigh University 

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Table of Contents 



Opening 4 

Features 22 

Activties 54 

Sports 78 

Academics 130 

Living 170 

Seniors 280 

Closing 411 




Editor-in-Chief 



Managing Editor 



Deborah Streicher 



Beth DeMarte 




Business Manager 



Photography Editor 



Danielle Essig 



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FEATURES 





Editors 



Lisa Krick 



Jen Montemurro 



22 Features 




Lehigh student (above) shows his school 
spirit by dressing up for the big game. 



The band (center) helps to motivate the 
home crowd during the half-time show. 
Students (right) enjoying the day. 



24 Features 




LEHIGH/LAFAYETTE 




The tradition continues... 

The Lehigh Engineers defeated 
the Lafayette Leopards by a score of 
38-18 in this year's exciting football 
game. As a result of the impressive 
victory the Engineers finished the 
season with a 9-2 record. 





Tailgaters (above) toss back a few icy cold brews before the 

game. 

Lehigh cheerleader (left) performs for the capacity crowd. 

Lehigh-Lafayette 25 




Lehigh cheerleaders (above) excite the 
home crowd at the annual Lehigh/ 
Lafayette football game. 



Referee makes a call (center) during the 
game. 



Students enjoy pre-game tail-gating 
festivities (right). 



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"Battlefield" blared the front page 
headline in The Brown and White 
following this year's Lehigh/ 
Lafayette game played on Nov. 23 in 
Murray Goodman Stadium. The 
127th game marked a break with the 
time honored tradition of tearing 
down the goal posts at the end of the 
game, as the administrations of both 
schools decided to bring in metal 
goal posts in attempt to dissuade 
students from spilling onto the field. 
However, such efforts did not pay 
off, as the resulting post-game brawl 
has been described by many as the 
worst in the history of the match-up. 
This time, instead of students 
fighting other students for a piece of 
the illustrious post, the confrontation 
was between students and police 
officers hired to keep them away 
from the posts. The violence that 
followed will not soon be forgotten. 




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Student* (above) pose for a photo during the tailgate*. 



Lehigh-Lafayette 27 




Spectators (above) take a break from 
the festivities and pose for a snapshot. 

An elated crowd (center) cheers on the 
victorious Engineers. 

The band (right) performing its half- 
time routine 



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Lehigh -Lafayette 29 




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Lehigh student moving into his residence hall (left). 



Getting Started 31 




Preparing for freshman arrival at 
Dravo (above). 



The campus looking beautiful in its 
Fall splendor (center) . 



Orientation leaders taking a break from 
their busy schedule (right). 



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Features 33 




Students (this page) take a break and 
pose for a photo. 



34 Features 





Candids 35 




USSR anti-coup tanks (center) 



Mikhail Gorbachev (right) 



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The Year in Review 37 






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The Year in Review 39 




Heading into Packard Lab.(above) 
Students (center) walking to class 

Talking outside of Mart Library, 
(right) 



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Students (left) posing for a snapshot. 



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Sorority sister (above) expresses 
excitement during Greeker/ Pie Eating 
contest. 

Lehigh women (center) participating 
in Greek Week Bed races. 

Spectators (right) enjoying a Greek 
Week event. 



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Greek Week 43 




Student security staff (above) 
helping out at a Greek Week event. 

Brothers getting "goofy" (center) 
during Greeker Eating contest. 

Delta Chi men (right) race for the 
finish line. 



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Men (above) getting more than a 
mouthful. 

Yeomen (center) prepare for Greeker 
Eating. 

Sigma Phi brothers (right) getting 
ready to roll. 



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Studying (above) on a bench outside 
the UC. 

Taking a snooze (center) outside 
Mart Library. 

All dressed up with somewhere to go. 
(right) 



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Candids 49 




These pages, The Mustard and 
Cheese Society presents the play 
"Candida. " 



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Plays 51 




Student studying outside on a 
beautiful Lehigh day . (center) 

Buddies (right) smiling for a 
snapshot. 



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(Above) Bob Robeson, Greek Affairs Coordinator, and 
Rachel Beek, Panhel Rush Chairman, take a break 
during the rush picnic. 

Students (left) heading up to the UC. 



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54 Activities 



The Epitome 



Phil Klein, our Jostens representative (right) 

Co-Living Editors Pam Goebel ami Robin 
Weinberg (below) 







Photography consultant Adam Griff (right) 




The I pitome -luff at our Spring Banquet (left) 
Debbie Streicher Editor- In-Chief (below) 




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Cam McGrath and Ally Nairn, Co 

Sports Editors (above) 

Beth Easley, Co-Seniors editor 



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STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Deborah Streicher 

Managing Editor Beth DeMarte 

Business Manager Danielle Essig 

Sales Manager Steven Gabbay 

Photography Editor Deborah Gregg 

Living Editors Pam Goebel 

Robin Weinberg 

Sports Editors Cara McGrath 

Ally Nava 
Academics Editor Elizabeth Govek 

Hillary Schwartz 

Seniors Editors Cathy Chiavetta 

Beth Easley 
Features Editors Lisa Krick 

Jen Montemurro 




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Rumored to be some of the only students who actually know the words to Lehigh's Alma Mater (all 97 verses), The Marching 97 
was yet again a shining example of school spirit in the 1991 season. Besides home football games, the 97 was proud to represent 
Lehigh at away games, as well as the annual Bethlehem and Hellertown Halloween Parades. Fans at Goodman Stadium were 
entertained by student-written pregame and halftime drills. On the road, the 97 performed at UConn, Bucknell, and Columbia, 
while a smaller group of psyched band mambers "flamed" Fordham, Colgate and the Northeastern Pacing Break game (at home). 

The 1991 season had some memorable moments. The 97 welcomed its newest members from the class of '95 with a new and 
improved Band Camp. The percussion section made quite a statement, with new equipment and a new cadence. The 97 also 
witnessed the end of traditions like wooden goalposts and the Eco 1 flame. With the end of another season, the 97 must say 
goodbye to the seniors, but also look forward to recruiting next year's freshmen. The 1992 season will find the Marching 97 
outfitted in brand new uniforms, and ready to continue its tradition-to remain a shining example of school spirit. 

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1991 Executive Committee 



Manager 
Drum Major 
Student Conductor 
Fresman Manager 
Publicity Manager 
Librarian 

Instruments&Uniforms 
Senior Representative 
Staff Assistant 
Advisor 



Scott Tisdale 
Craig Parks 
Dave Cousineau 

Matt Corson 
Claire Dresen 
Robyn Lipton 

Ruth Lepley 
Matt Girardy 
Beth Croshaw 
Prof. Casey Teske 



(L toRi Matt Girardy, Beth Croshaw, Scott Tisdale, Craig Parks, Matt Corson, Dave Cousineau, 

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Founded by Professor Edward H. Williams in 1885, the 1991-1992 marks Tau Beta Phi's 106th year at Lehigh. Tau Beta Phi is 
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RHC Executive Board 1991-92 
IHC President Dierdre Dalpiaz Asst. Concessions Mgr. 

Concessions Advisor 
RHC Advisor 

Ogden Carroll Treasurer Chrissv Holtzmarun RHC Advisor 

lim Parker YP tor Programming Suzanne Martinsen RHC Advisor 

Patricia Sipala Concessions Manager Dave Ruth 



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Susan Fredenherg \'P for Administration Ann Fritz 

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The Newman Council is a Catholic student 
organization on the Lehigh campus. It works to build a 
Christian community of faith encounters with God. . 
The purpose of the Newman is to help establish an 
active body of Christian believers in the academic 
community. 

-Father "Bob" Cohens 

(Lehigh's first Catholic Chaplin) 

Newman Chaplin, 73- 79 



Members: 
Chris Velle 
Paul Valerio 
Aiden Burke 
Jane Flynn 
Wendy Marien 
Kristen Sanderson 



Advisor: Rev. John Mraz 










WLVR 91.3 is Lehigh's student run noncommer- 
cial, educational radio station. Located in the 
basement of the University Center, WLVR broad- 
casts to the entire Lehigh Valley and even certain 
parts of New Jersey. 

At WLVR, we are more than just a radio station- 
we are an organization. Over 200 members are 
active on the air at "Ivr. In 1992 we ahve remotely 
broadcasted live jazz from Lamberton Hall, held 
several call-in talk shows, and we were one of the 
only organizations to cover all of the Lehigh mens' 
and most of the womens' basketball games 
throughout the season. Great progress has been 
made to integrate our station with both the stu- 
dents at Lehigh as well as the surrounding com- 
munity. During our breaks, our break staff has 
provided excellent programming on the air. 

We are making great technical progress, too. We 
began a modernizing phase, which included the 
computerization of the music library. We are also 
planning the remote broadcast of various lectures 
around campus using our age-old WLVR/WLRN 
campus backbone network and a few handy 
technical tricks, and will be locating our transmit- 
ter to Mountaintop campus in the near future. Not 
only is WLVR a group of DJs, we are also writers, 
engineers, managers and leaders. 

WLVR- 91.3 FM - More than just radio. 

WLVR Advisor: Mick Moninghoff 




WLVR Executive Board 

1991 1992 

General Manager Annie Paghidas Marc Gabriel 

Program Director Danny Cappielle George Webb 

Chief Engineer George Webb Thomas Brown 

Business Manager Maria Gugliotta Christine Gleason 

Music Director Kevin Chin g J ames Carrier 

Public Affairs Director Marc Gabriel Laura Dreger 

Sports Director J on Green Scott Gramling 

WLVR Executive Staff 

1991 1992 

Chief Operator John McNulty Tom Wolfe 

Asst. Music Director James Carrier Geoff Colon 

Heavy Metal Directors Liz Petronino Mark Trivedi 

Mark Zappa Steve Sangston 

Beat-Box Directors Marc Mtichell Marc Mitchell 

Jay Hipps Jay Hipps 

Jazz Director Larry Waddell 

Classic Rock Director Joe Colucci 

Production Manager Geoff Colon Evan Roth 

Promotions Director Willis Chen 



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Dancin' originated as Lehigh's dance club in 1 L J82 as a ballet class bringing together both experienced and 
inexperienced dancers. The club officers taught the students and led the ballet classes. The club has since expanded 
to include ballet, jazz, and modern dance students as well as professional choreography. Dancin's recent past has 

included trips to outside perfor- 
mances by visiting dance troops and 
Lehigh performances held on cam- 
pus by the dance club. 
Classes, which are held on a regu- 
lar basis, are taught by professionals 
from surrounding areas. Members 
of the club are of varied experience. 
The classes, divided into beginner 
and advanced groups, are taught at 
a pace appropriate for each group. 
Dancin' provides, for Lehigh stu- 
dents with dance experience, an op- 
portunity to continue their interest 
in dance in a challenging, yet infor- 
mal atmosphere. For the inexperi- 
enced, Dancin' offers a structured 
introduction to different tvpes of 
dance, as well as the enjoyment of 
staying in shape and meeting stu- 
dents with similar interests. Dancin' 
is led by President Jennine Rexon, 
Vice-President Tuesday Thomas, 
Treasurer Jane Harris, and Secretary 
Jessica Drexler 




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Speakers: 

Professor Doug Frey, CSEE Dept. 
Lehigh University, The Creation of a 
New Analog Circut Function. 
Panel Discussion, Lehigh Alumni, Life 
After Lehigh 

Dr. Yong Kim, Physics Dept. Lehigh 
University, Laser-producedplasmas. 
Mr. C. D. Salale, AT&T BELL LABS, 
Undersea Lightwave Systems. 
Dr. W. H. Bailey, CORNELL UNIVER- 
SITY MEDICAL SCHOL, Electromag- 
netic Fields and Health. 
Mitchel Paris, INTEL, Intel Micropro- 
cessors. 

Professor Brent Benson, Physics Dept. 
Lehigh University, Guitar Acoustics. 
Coffee and Doughnut Hours 
Student-Faculty Pub Night 
Special Thanks to: Don Talhem, Bill 
Freeman, Edwin Force, Judy Frenick 




Top Rozv: Mark Kobayashi, Vice-Qwirman; Prof. Don Talhelm, Faculty Alvisor 
Bottom Row: Mazhar Alidina, Secretary; Mike Wetzel, Treasurer; Mohammad Ziad Mansuri, Vice- 

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The Panhellenic Council provides 
guidance for all 8 soroities. Under the 
leadership of the 6 executive officers, 
and especially Rush Chair Rachel Beck, 
another successful rush occurred. The 
highlight of the year was in Februray, 
when after 2 semesters of hard work, 
the council won 2 N. E. Panhellenic 
Council awards. 




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Front Row: Suzi Heinberg AOF1; Beth Hallisey, KAO; Alicia Roberts, ATA; Joan Traynor TOB; 
Rachel Firedland. AZ;Maren Cobum AXQ 
Back Row: Meredith Robb DG; Laura DiGioia, Tresurer;]en Klass, Vice-President; Amy Llwezvllyi 
President; Carlyn Viola, Publicity; Meredith Brozost, Administrative Assistant; Rachel Beck, Rusl 




Active since 1936, Lehigh's Alpha Psi 
Chapter of Alpha Phi Omaega is dedi- 
cated to Leadership, Friendship, and 
Service. This National Service Fraternity 
was founded in 1925 by Frank Reed 
Horton in Easton, PA. Based on the 
principles of scouting, APO has grown 
to over 650 chapters nationally. Women 
have been active members since 1975. 



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Front Ron': John Raeihle, Michelle LaRocca, Lynn Schott, Dcbra Cogan, Mark Florio 
ack Raw: Daniela DiMaggio, Nicole Leo, Lynne Yost, Jeff Shoneman, Barbara Kelh/, Brad Weiss, Lisa 

Zampardi, Binoy jam, Ellyn DelCoroso, George Kober, Jeanine Ackerson 
it Shown: Brooke Bennett, Linnae DeSanto, Lew Lawman, Andrea Namcuso, Jen Owczarek, Bill Rand, 
'imine Rexon, John Rabbins, jeni Roberts, Soma Samanta, Kathy Sanelli, Kathy Snyder, Dana Hontz, 
terry Beers, Arthur Bernudez, George Gumbrell, Nina Harpoth, Clmrles Kemmerer III, Natalie Nestor, 

James Parker, David Strong 




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Back Row: Dan Benfield, Treasurer; Michelle Tillis, Editor-in-Chief; Mike Demc 



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The Geology Department metamor- 
phosed to the Department of Earth and 

Environmental Sciences. 

PB--"ARCINFO has about as much sex 

appeal as a roadkill." (Sorry, Bruce). 

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"Revenge of the Reaction Vessel," star- 
ring Dale Simpson. 
Have you seen Peter? 
Jeeesus, Merritt! 
Viking, bathtub full o' beer, and National 
Aquarium at GSA Baltimore. 
N. A. R. D.~Another round? 
(DENIED!) 
Ken, control that hammer! 
Grand Canyon for $50. 
Noon basketball/ kill-the-guy. 
Peat Lichens— Let's Go, Hershey Bears! 
Slow down, Leety! 
"Free food" luncheons. 
We want the long couch. 
Body shots, Cinco de Mayo, and Pearl 
Harbor Day. 
S.Z. & J. K.-the trek of the Green Beast. 
That's nice, Ed! 
Cannito, the real , live hippie. 
J.A.--"i mean PITS!" 
Wednesday Noontime Narcolepsy. 
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Thinking on the more important 

questions of life: Friendship, 

education, winning & losing, 

excessive television, living in a 

terrible world, dreams and 

existence,. . . . 

A club of opinions- yours too if 

you will come and chat with us. 




L to R: Rick Sitnick, Mitchell Meinhold, Isaac J. Yao, Timothy Falconer, Adam Sucov, John Connelly, 
Yvette N. Carter, Sima A. Daniel, Prof. Norman P. Melchert, Melissa N. Rozenwald, Juhi Gupta, 

John Heiple, Derek Sheau 



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Dimension is Lehigh's own coed 
winter colorguard. Using modern 
dance combined with the "tradi- 
tional" equipment including flags, 
rifles and sabres, the guard created a 
unique performance that will turn 
heads this year. For a second con- 
secutive year, Dimension was able 
to compete in the National Judges 
association Chapter VI. Enthusiasm 
from last year carried into this one, 
and our new members caught it! 
The illustrious "Most Improved" 
awaits!!!! 



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Front Row: Heather Lewis, Kate Jones, Amy Hammell 

Middle Row: Holly Skrapits, Peter Shore, Angie Daubert 

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Front Roa;: Sangjin Park, Jim Choc, Wcrnjae Choi, Tony Kang, Alice Bai, Mieko Saito, Jeannie Chen, Joe Hung, Susie Ihm, Elizabeth Kim, Mindy Im, 

Young Suh, Christine Lee 

Middle Row: Peter Pi, Charles Choe, Ho-Jin Wang, Jeanette Song, Jung Yu 

Back Rmc: Dae Ko, Bobby Chacko, Yung-Min Lee, Kevin Ching, Peter Lee, Sung Yoon, Michael Jean, Sang Park, Hoon Kim, Jung Woo Park, 

Doohwan Na, Steve Lee, Tim Kuser, Sunny Chung, Young-Ju Cho, Johnny Yu, Steve Chang 



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Front Ron;: Becky Rimmer, Suzanne Greene (Secretary), Tamar Frank, Jason Bopp, Kris Vitacco, Debby Leslie 
Second Row: Beth Meyer, Jumana Soudah, Krista Kupres, Kathy Boyda (Treasurer & Captain), Lisa Henrich, Tiffany Orlando, Nina Marvin, Heather Reilly 

Third Row: Tom Flynn (Coach), Erik Egger, Aaron Lieberman, Steve Uftrig (President), Brian Price (Vice-Pres.), Dan Ruch, Tun Jagisch, John Reed. Sam 

Dickerson, Steve Wilson 
Back Row: Jake Cohen, Pete Frees, Dave Pedowitz, Eric Gopen (Captain), Jim Phipps, jess Snedeker, Jay Anhorn, Mike Paulson 

Missing: Alex Roberts (Equipment Manager) 




Cox: Suzanne Greene '94 
Art Suckewer '9.3. Pete Frees '94, Cidlcn Burda '92, Aaron Lieberman '94 



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Sunnv and 90 at Spring Break, sexual thumper, the "honest" game of questions, AR+HR, crew relationships, "I can't, I 
have crew", The "club" sport, "let's bug a boathouse", crew parties, bonding with the novices, novice pledges, the Charles- 
ton Coach is chasing anything!, the founding member of Zeta Tau graduates, the bitter president retires, committment, 

strength, patience, endurence, a rower for life! 

Awards: "the Bob Villa this ol' Boat Award"-Pete Frees 

"The Laziman's Award"- Aaron Lieberman 

"1-800-CLUE-LESS"- Brian Price 

"I'm too sexv for this practice "- Kris Vitacco 

"Diarrhea of the Mouth Award"- The Oprah Winfrey of Crew- Kathy Boyda 

"Schwartzenegger Award"- Eric Gopen 

"Slimfast Award"- TomFlvnn 

"Best Luggage (glad bags) Award"- Tom Flynn 

"I'll Get You When I Lose This Gut Award"- Tom Flynn 

"Stroke Award- Keeps a High Rating and Lasts Forever"- Alex Roberts 

The Wet Socks Award"- Row, Row, Row Your Boat- Steve Uftrig 



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Faculty Members 



Dr. Peter Likins 
Marsha Duncan 
John Smeaton 
Professor Robert Barnes 
Professor Bruce Moon 
Professor Susan Szczepanski 
Professor Tohn-Kenly Smith 
Professor Nicola Tannenbaum 
Professor Elissa Wurf 
Professor Antonios Liakopoulos 
Professor Richard Sause 
Professor Madalene Spezialetti 
Professor Szu-Yung David Wu 
Professor John Dearden 
Professor Ted Schlie 
Allen Bain 



Staff Members 



Joseph Sterrett 
Pat Chase 
Mark Erickson 



Student Members 

Jody Cameron 
Christine Cobb 
William Feinstein 
Brooks Faure 
Sarah Getchell 
Ken Hoezter 
Linda Jacobs 
Oren Leff 
Joao Martins 
Victoria Penske 
Tabitha Skoll 
David Troll 
Andrew Twiggar 
Heather Zaslansky 

Graduate Students 

Kristen Wecht 
Mike Engling 
Chris Jones 
Michelle Richards-Babb 




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We knew we had a team that was capable of doing 
anything. It was just up to us to get the job done. Some 
say that entering a season expected to win is even 
harder than winning itself. It is hard to explain but 
there was just a feeling of togetherness among this 
team. Each player knew that if he made a mistake there 
would be someone to help him out. It is just a feeling 
that every great team has. Each game we played 
seemed to build our confidence and experience to the 
point where we were expected to play our best and win. 

Starting with the first game, our special team had an 
exceptional day, and that just gave us another weapon 
to worry opponents. Going 6-0 midway through the 
season and gaining national recognition just culminat- 
ed the greatest game that many of the players had ever 
played in. The difference with this year's Holy Cross 
game was that we knew we could beat them. Every 
punch they threw, we responded and returned the 
favor. Losing by one point may have been disappoint- 
ing, but it didn't affect our will to win. We may not 
have won the 1st Patriot League Championship, but 
we will be remembered as the first team to beat Wil- 
liam and Mary, which was a test of facing adversity 
and fighting through it. Fighting through adversity 
seemed to become a weekly chore, but it made the 
difference in more than one game. Ending the season 
with a victory over arch-rival Lafayette just turned a 
good season into a great one! 









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9/21 


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1991 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER 
Almassy, Brett; Amon. Gregory; Aquirre, Paul; Arico, Laurence; Beesmer, Ken; Behn, David; Begelman, David; Bertone. Claudio; Bird, P"fQ 
Blunt, Michael; Bardowski, Ed; Brown, Brett; Brown, Rich; Butz, Mike; Campillay, Marcelo; Cecchini, Dave; Chamberlain, Steve; Ciperst 
Adam; Cipriano, Greg; Clark, Rich; Clark, Tommy; Cristino, Jason; D'Ambrosia, Kevin; Deluliis, Paul; DeRosa, Anthony; Diedricl 
Mikael; Diffendalt, Tim; Dina, DAndre; DiDomimzio, David; DiPaolo, Frank; Duggan, Timothy; Endicott, Charles; Fuqua, Louis; Gormse 
Donald; Green, Chris; Greene, John; Guzzo, James; Hahner, Bill; Haid. Dan; Hamm, Horace; Haynes, Lance; Hess, Robert; Hillis. Joh 
Hobbs, Calvin; Horton, Ron; Iverson, Dean; Jefferson, Kevin; Johnson, Dan; Johnson, Olin; Johnson, Tommy; Joseph, Ken; Kempa, Glen 
Kenny, Chris; Kenny, Peter; LaFeir, Mark; Lafond, Brian; Lapin, Brian; Lawhead, Scott; Lawler, Sam; Lookenbill, Mark; Mack, Jasc 
Martinez, Hector; Mastropierro, Jason; Matson, John, McCarthy, John; McCarthy, Sean; Melograno, Craig, Menet, Chris; Merriweathi 
Benji; Milligan, Nick; Moriarty, Mike; Murphy, Brian; Niemeyer, Kirk, Overdorff, Brandon; Owens, Rich; Perez, Fony; Peters, Toe 
Picariello, Lee; Plotsko, Jason; Powers, Ray; Putelo, Alexander; Rafferty, Brian; Repak, Rik; Rinella, Rich; Robinson, Rich; Roccafor 
Nicholas; Rohrbach, Kyle; Roskos, Dwight; Rubin, Kevin; Russomanno, Rocco; Sankey, Matt; Scanlon, Andy; Schiller, Jeff; Schneid, 
Craig; Schultz, Matthew; Scott, Doug; Sczerbinski, Peter; Semptimphelter, Scott; Shareef, Dara; Singleton, Scott; Slowick, John; Smiechows, 
Greg; Smith, Phil; Stephenson, Keith; Taylor, Ben; Fomazin, Mike; Torres, Manuel; Vigna. Jim; Vulakh, Oleg; Welch, Jean Pierre; We 
Patrick; West, Todd; Wetzel, Mike; Widder, Mark; Williams, Randy; Wright, Jesse; Wylie, Matt; Yadush, Michael. 







Senior tailback Larry Arico 
outraces defenders to turn 
the corner in search of a 
score for the Engineers. 



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lior starting defensive end, Brian Murphy, 
)*vs his athletic ability while applying pressure 
the Dartmouth quarterback. 




Ben Taylor discusses the game 
plan with senior starting defen- 
sive backs Tommy Clark, Peter 
Sczerbinski, and Manuel Torres 
as the Engineer's defense takes a 
well deserving break from the ac- 
tion. 



Football 83 












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Junior Mike Zovistoski showing his skill and intensity before the game. 




SCORES 



9/7 


DELAWARE 


W 


5-2 


9/8 


BOWLING GREEN 


L 


0-2 


9/11 


MORAVIAN 


W 


4-1 


9/14 


(cdBucknell 


w 


2-1 


9/18 


ico LaSalle 


L 


1-2 


9/21 


NAVY 


W 


2-1 


9/25 


(w Monmouth 


W 


2-0 


9/28 


(a Holy Cross 


W 


3-0 


10/2 


OLD DOMINION 


L 


0-3 


10/5 


COLGATE 


W 


3-0 


10/9 


(a< Rider 


L 


1-3 


10/12 


ARMY 


T 


1-1 


10/15 


<w Temple 


T 


2-2 


10/19 


(w Lafayette 


L 


0-2 


10/23 


a E Stroudsburg 


W 


4-2 


10/26 


a Fordham 


W 


2-1 


10/28 


PENNSYLVANIA 


L 


0-1 


10/30 


a Maryland Bait. 


L 


2-0 


11/1 


ST. FRANCIS 


W 


5-0 


11/9 


Pat Trn vs Laf 


T 


0-0 


11/10 


Pat Trn vs Army 


L 


4-1 



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Front Row: Evan Stein, Elliott Waller. Second Row: Joseph Murphy, Alan Mezger, Jonas Goldbei 
Daniel Rudio, Doug Gier, Bob Esposito, Chris LeRoy. Third Row: Team Manager Phil Selar, He 
Coach John McCloskey, Chris Booth, Mike O'Connell, Thomas Bonos, Brian Lentz, Darren Sal 
Walter Somol, Tim Weick, Nick Chaconas, Trainer Brenda Dailey, Assistant Coach Dean Koski. Ba 
Row: Scott Chambers, Scott Chinitz, Andrew Udell, Mike Zovistoski. 



84 Sports 




The men's soccer team finished 
e year with a 10-8-3 overall re- 
>rd and a 5-1-1 in the Patriot 
ague. Lehigh advanced to the Pa- 
lot League Championship by 
•ating Lafayette in a dramatic 
•nalty kick shoot-out only to fall 
Army (4-1), in the finals. The 
igineers' outstanding perfor- 
ance was highlighted by several 
dividual honors. Senior back 
ndy Udell was named Patriot 
•ague Most Valuable Player and 
inior forward Evan Stein and Ju- 
or goalkeeper Mike Zovistosk 
ere named to the All Patriot 
■ague First Team. Additionally, 
/an Stein and Junior Scott Chin- 
E lead the team in scoring. The 
igineers graduate three out- 
anding seniors in Andy Udell, 
'alt Somol (Goal of the Year 
ward), and Brian Lentz (Unsung 
ero). 



funioi forward Scott Chinitz shows off some of his goal 
scoring moves to Rider players and fans. 



Jonas Goldberg, a defensive rookie, 
moves in for the ste.il 



Men's Soccer 85 





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Donna Gaugler, tri-captain, h 
a back row attack as teammal 
watch and cover. 




Scores 



9/09 


LASALLE 


W 


3-1 


9/11 


Moravian 


W 


3-1 


9/13 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


w 


3-0 


14 


MANHATTAN 


w 


3-0 




ST BONAVENTURE 


L 


2-3 


9/18 


SETON HALL 


L 


1-3 


9/21 


YALE 


L 


2-3 


9/26 


Columbia 


L 


0-3 


9/28 


FORDHAMVARMY* W 3-0/L 


0-3 


10/01 


Drexel 


L 


1-3 


10/04 


Rutgers 


W 


3-1 


10/11 


Princeton 


L 


1-3 


10/16 


DELAWARE 


L 


1-3 


10/19 


NavyVBucknell* L 0-3/ 


L 


2-3 


10/24 


Rider 


L 


2-3 


10/25 


Lafayette* 


L 


2-3 


10/26 


Colgate* 


L 


0-3 


10/26 


Holy Cross* 


W 


3-0 


10/29 


Fordham* 


W 


3-0 


11/05 


LAFAYETTE* 


w 


3-0 


11/9-10 


Patriot League Champs. 








Front (1-r) Donna Gaugler, Cara McGrath, Adriana Suarez Center (1-r) Heather Mathews, Colleen Makosky, 
Barbara Metaxas, Miki Nishimura, Janelle Paugas, Mimi Loo Back (1-r) Coach Mike Krause, Grad. Asst. Jane 
Tatum, Sharon Sabo, Claudia Miklas, Nicole Miller, Michelle Ferreti, Cindy Gunn, Kelly Kramer, 
Asst. Coach Jill Krause 



88 Sports 




Thi' bunch watches and cheers 
on their teammates during a 
match at Rider. From left to 
right N Miller, M. Loo, H. 
Mathews, K Kramer, C Mik 
las, S. Sabo, M. Nishimura, 
and J. Paugas. 




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The team gets together during a time out. 



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Cindy Gunn sets as Adriana Suarez and Cara McGrath, tri-cap- 
tains, both take approaches for their attack. 




Adriana blocks her opponent at Rider. 



Women's Volleyball 89 




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9/10 

9/12 

9/14 

9/19 

9/21 

9/22 

9/24 

9/26 

10/2 

10/5 

10/12 

10/17 

10/19 

10/21 

10/22 

10/24 

10/26 



Scores 

WEST CHESTER 

St. Joseph's 

Ursinus 

RUTGERS 

COLGATE* 

CORNELL 

PRINCETON 

Rider 

Drexel 

BUCKNELL* 

Holy Cross* 

Delaware 
Syracuse 
LaSalle 

VILLANOVA 
Pennsylvania 
Lafayette* 




Back (1-r) Michelle Pettit (trainer), Asst. Coach Kris Eide, Becky Chizak, Nina Rems, Beth Nestleroth, Beth Chon 
Mary-Alice Zavocki, Coach Jackie Keeley Center (1-r) Kristen Snyder, Amy Earley, Amy McCollian, Liz Broc 
Hannah Lee, Carrie Lawler, Meghan Williams Bottom (1-r) Natalie Nestor, Kara Gaffney, Franky Carrozza, Mind 
Strang, Michelle Parker, Anne Weitzman, Laurie Leigh-Manuell. 




90 Sports 



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(left) Mindy Strang chases after the ball as she goes for a goal, 
(below) Franky Ann Carrozza studies her paper on the sidelines. 




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(left) Nina Rems fights her 
opponent for the ball, as 
Kara Gaffney watches, 
(right) Michelle Parker 
faces off with her oppo- 
nent. 





Women's Field Hockey 91 




(above) Paul Hisem, Drew VandenBrul, and Kevin Murphy pace each other in a 
meet against Lafayette, (below) Matt Van Lierop glances over his shoulder to 
see how much distance is between him and his opponent. 






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92 Sports 




bove) The Lehigh Cross 
juntry team starts its 
eet against Lafayette. 



ft) Jon VanOrder puts all 
s effort in to finish the 





ountr 






9/14 Kutztown Invitational 1st 

9/20 Manhattan/St. Joe's 1st 
9/28 COLGATE/COLUMBIA 

DELAWARE 

SUNY B1NGHAMTON 2nd 
10/13 PAUL SHORT 

INVITATIONAL 10th 
10/19 RUTCERS/MONTCLAIRlst 

10/25 Lafayette 1st 

11/02 Patriot League Champ. 3rd 



Left (bottom to top) Pete Bennitt, Charlie Horn. Alpesh Patel, Rick Wright, Steve Walchtel. Shawn 
Masterson Right (bottom to top) Drew VandenBrul. Matt Van Lierop, Jon VanOrder, Paul Hisem, 
Johan Anestad, Scott Sadler, Kevin Murphy, Jeremy Roth, Brian Nagele, Chris Loza, Mark Florio, 
Walt Fader, Jeff Pierson, Kris Takacs, Coach John Covert. 



Men's Cross Country 93 



Women's 






" km. 




Scores 



9/14 
9/20 
9/28 



10/13 
10/19 
10/25 
11/02 



3rd 
3rd 



Kutztown Invitational 
Manhattan/St. Joe's 
COLGATE/COLUMBIA/ 
DELAWARE 

SUNY BINGHAMTON 5th 

PAUL SHORT INVITATIONAL 10th 
RUTGERS/MONTCLAIR 2nd 

Lafayette 1st 

Patriot League Champs. 5th 



Coach Patty O'Donnell-Smith and Tri 
Captain Tanya Butensky discuss thi 
course for the coming meet. 



(1-r from bottom) Carolyn Hobbs, Tanya Butensky, Coach Patty O'Donnell-Smith, 
Tina Altro, Denise Richards, Deirdre Dalpiaz, Amy Heckler, Denise Altro, Megan 
Eves, Janice Fang, Dawn Castle, Nicki Fox, Gretchen Repasky, Cathy Kirchberger, 
Melissa Cohen, Erin O'Brien, Amy Cook, Andrea Falke, Jodie Siff, Karen Sayre, Irene 
Dell Bene 



94 Sports 




(above) The Lehigh Women's Cross Country team begins the race 
against Lafayette college. 





(above) Denise Richards and 
Megan Eves pace each other in 
the Lafayette meet, 
(left) Gretchen Repasky gives 
her all to beat her competitor. 



Women's Cross Country 95 




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(above) Kristi Kungl hits her backhand from the base- 
line, 
(left) Liz Tursi volleys against her opponent. 




Scores 



9/07 


FORDHAM* 


W 6-3 


9/08 


ARMY 


W 6-3 


9/14 


HOLY CROSS* 


W 8-1 


9/15 


LASALLE 


W 9-0 


9/17 


DREXEL 


W 6-1 


9/18 


Rider 


W 9-0 


9/21 


Colgate 


L 3-6 


9/22 


Bucknell* 


L 1-8 


9/26 


DELAWARE 


W 7-2 


9/27 


Easterns 




10/03 


Villanova 


L 2-7 


10/04 


LAFAYETTE* 


W 5-4 


10/08 


PENN. 


L 1-8 


10/10 


St. Joseph's 


W 9-0 


10/12 


Pat. League 


5th 




Back (1-r) Coach Shook, Maiya Dos, Stephanie Alley, Jen Mrozek, Elena Casacio, Grad. Asst. Jen Jacobson 
Front (1-r) Kristi Kungl, Liz Tursi, Sandi Friedberg, Dara Plasky 



96 Sports 




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l>nt row: Cynthia Roccaforte, Sarah Klingle. Ceci Bohlsen, Laura Hite, Christina Cullo. Second row: Caroline Bradley, 
try Sadavage, Zina Capiello, Ron Lanzo, Jessica Edwards, Liza Bechtold. Back row: Sonny Rutkowski, Chris DeNoia, 
f\ Kennedy, Mark Schmidst, Greg Saunders. 



Cheerleading 97 



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12/01 
12/02 
12/06 

01/09 
01/11 
01/12 
01/18 
01/24 
01/25 
02/01 
02/08 



02/15 
02/16 
02/29 

03/06-07 



SCORES 

MICHIGAN* 
RIDER* 
SHERIDAN 
TNMT 
Northwestern 
Iowa 

Iowa State 
QUAD 
Syracuse 
Army 
Navy 
QUADS 
CALIFORNIA 
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2-31 

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W 
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21-18 
23-19 
25-12 
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(Front l-r) Nils Olson, John Heyman, Rob Pixley, Len Combs, Ed Andres, B.J. Maffucci, Chris O'Byrne, Jung Lt\ 
Brian Strunck, Tom Koch. (Middle) Crad. Asst. Ed Regan, Nick DAnna, Mike Montgomery, Brian Cipollone, il 
Consenza, Sam Dollyhigh, Toby Fagan, Steve Cassidy, John McCumber, Asst. Coach Sergi Beloglazob. (Top) Coat, 
Tom Hutchinson, Asst. Coach Bob Latessa, Soloman Fleckman, Rick Hepp, Anthony Silimperi, Andy Fitz, /o/| 
Rose, Charlie Getz, John Morris, Matt Ruppel. 



100 Sports 



'ow) Soloman Fleckman congratulate* John 
rris after a win. (Left) John Morris and Matt 
->pel before the start of a match. 




(Above) Soloman Fleckman wrestles his Bloomsburg opponent. (Left) 
Andy Fitz waits to begin wrestling in the same Bloomsburg match. 
(Below) Brian Cipollone looks for the opportunity to bring down his 
opponent. 




Wrestling 101 




Men's 



asketbal 




SCORES 



11/22 


HARVARD 


W 


86-74 


11/25 


DREXEL 


W 


98-82 


11/27 


Hofstra 


L 


97-87 


12/03 


Towson State 


L 


99-97 


12/06 


Yale 


L 


74-53 


12/21 


ALLENTOWN 


W 


71-69 


12/28 


San Diego 


L 


91-79 


12/30 


Loyola Marymount 


L 


106-97 


01/04 


William & Mary 


L 


82-65 


01/07 


BROWN 


W 


95-85 


01/11 


Army* 


W 


71-63 


01/13 


Pennsylvania 


L 


92-81 


01/15 


FORDHAM* 


W 


65-63 


01/18 


Colgate* 


L 


84-79 


01/20 


Columbia 


L 


90-84 


01/22 


Navy* 


W 


106-86 


01/25 


LAFAYETTE* 


W 


78-64 


01/29 


Bucknell* 


L 


86-78 


02/01 


HOLY CROSS * 


W 


88-78 


02/05 


ARMY* 


W 


76-58 


02/08 


Fordham* 


L 


87-66 


02/12 


COLGATE* 


W 


84-78 


02/15 


NAVY* 


w 


92-88 


02/22 


BUCKNELL* 


L 


95-94 


02/26 


Lafayette* 


L 


82-76 (OT) 


02/29 


Holy Cross* 


L 


116-92 


03/07-09 Patriot League tournament 




(Bottom 1-r) Andy Motgado, Rich Hudock, Mike Mckee, Asst. Coach Al Keglovits, Coach Dave Duke, R, 
Costello, Andy Moran, Sean Hayes, Phil Sclar. (Top) Bernie Stento, Greg Berliner, Ivan Wilkins, Jay Hipps, Do 
Mbonu, Jason Fichter, Hason Kokoszka, Stefan Falke, Steve Yaniga, Bob Krizansky, Chuck Penn, Grad. Asst. Sc 
Layer. 




Steve Yaniga, Dozie Mbonu and Chuck Penn wait under tht 
basket for the rebound, (above) 



102 Sports 





(Above) Steve Yaniga uses his speed and agility to dribble around his opponent. 
(Left) Bob Krizansky shoots over his opponent for a three point shot. 



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Mfcovej Bob Krizansky looks and aims for the hoop while his opponents look on. 
(Left) The team huddles during a time out to discuss strategy. 



Men's Basketball 103 



(Left) Hope Pellincane looks for an open teammate to pass the b 
to. (Below) Stacy Viotto guards her Holy Cross opponent to preve 
her from successfully passing the ball. 




(Above) Judy Dennin blocks for Stacy Viotto so she can have a clear shot at the 
basket. (Right) The team uses a time out to rest and discuss plans for the rest of the 
game. 



104 Sports 




Women's 



asketbal 





ottom l-r) Jennifer Gorak, Tara Could, Gamil Hall, Lori Lynch, Hope Pellincane, Mary Beth Bedics. (Top) Sue 
oyan, Jocelyn Beck, Joanie Schuller, Jean Klepczunski, Michelle Meako, Stacy Viotto, Hilary Baltz, Judy Dennin, 
ndv Hume, Francis Trovan. 




(Above) Lori Lynch tries to dribble past her Holy Cross opponent. 



SCORES 



11/19 


DUTCH OLYMIPIC 


L 


70-40 


11/22 


PRINCETON 


L 


68-56 


11/25 


Delaware 


L 


72-63 


11/27 


Hofstra 


L 


79-56 


12/01 


YALE 


L 


87-62 


12/04 


DREXEL 


L 


87-62 


12/07 


Long Island 


L 


75-57 


12/21 


MUHLENBERG 


W 


85-62 


01/01 


Brown 


L 


77-45 


01/02 


Fatrleigh Dickinson 


L 


90-63 


01/03 


St Francis 


L 


72-67 


01/07 


Ml St Mary's 


L 


95-48 


01/11 


Army" 


L 


70-45 


01/15 


FORDHAM* 


L 


74-57 


01/18 


Colgate* 


L 


64-52 


01/20 


RIDER 


L 


74-52 


01/22 


Navy" 


L 


71-51 


01/25 


LAFAYETTE* 


L 


65-47 


01/29 


Bucknell* 


L 


67-62 


02/01 


HOLY CROSS* 


L 


87-62 


02/03 


Manst 


L 


74-40 


02/05 


ARMY* 


L 


59-43 


02/08 


Fordham* 


L 


87-57 


02/12 


COLGATE* 


L 


64-62 


02/15 


NAVY* 


W 


85-70 


02/22 


BUCKNELL* 


L 


80-67 


02/26 


Lafayette* 


L 


70-41 


02/29 


Holy Cross* 


L 


69-56 


03/06-08 Patriot League Tournament 



Women's Basketball 105 




Men's 



wimmin 








J 



The Lehigh men's swim team had a great season this year. Head Coach Chris Marshall had the 
philosophy that "a rested horse is a happy horse and a happy horse is a fast horse." This theory definitely 
proved to be true in the Patriot League Championships where Lehigh broke an amazing five school records 
and placed fifth in the final standings. Senior Andy Jones and junior Eric Fauerbach both broke two school 
records and each scored 39 points for the Engineers. The 100 yard backstroke record was shattered by 
freshman Rob Chesley with a time of 51.90 while taking the silver medal. Overall, the 1991-92 swim season 
was a success and Marshall hopes to strengthen the program even more so in the future. 



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100 Back 




■51.90 


200 Back 




1:52.85 


100 Breast 




:57.14 


200 Breast 




2:06.67 


400 IM 




4:05.24 




Front Row: Head Coach Chris Marshall, Co-Captain Stewart Wessel, Andy Jones, Adam Larrabee, Dean 
Manning, Co-Captain Steve Hatkin. Second Row: Dean Streck, Eric Fauerbach, Aaron Burda, Derek Zeller 
Shane Ceunes, Vince Tsai, Steve Roethke, Alec Thomson, Asst. Coach Maggie Land. Third Row: Diving Coach 
Frank Donnelly, Asst. Coach Rick Hutchison, Pete Schonwetter, Rob Chesley, Hunter Simpson, Kevin Murphy 
Chris Oakley, Andres Sedano, Manager Andrew Fiala. 



106 Sports 




Women's 



wimmin 





Led by Head Coach Chris Marshall, the 
1991-92 Lehigh women's swim team had a 
strong season this year. In the Patriot League 
Championships held on February 27-29, the 
girls were up against many of the top swim- 
mers on the east coast but they still managed to 
break ten school records and take fourth place. 
The women broke all five LU Relay Records 
and other LU individual records. In conclusion, 
the season was a tough one but the Lehigh 
Women proved that rested, happy horses are 
indeed fast horses! 




ont Row: Head Coach Chris Marshall, Asst. Coach Maggie Land, Jenny King, Jen Canavan, Colleen O'Dell, 
I Roddin. Second Row: Asst. Coach Rick Hutchinson, Daryl Smith, Majorie Humm, Megan Eves, Jen Hodge, 
teresa Doyle, Lori Hood, Nicole Engles, Alexis Corr, Angela Raima, Vicki Vinci. Third Row: Diving Coach 
ank Donnelly, Jaime Burrough, Catherine O'Connor, Alicia Home, Stephanie Martyak, Robin Forman, Kyle 
ori, Suzanne Savino, Hannah Lee, Manager Andrew Fiala. 




RECORDS 

L U Records Broken 



Event 



200 Free Relay 

400 Free Relay 

800 Free Relay 

200 Medley Relay 

400 Medley Relay 

50 Free 

100 Back 

200 Back 

100 Fly 

200 Fly 



New Record 

1:40.79 
3:38.54 
8:01.13 
1:53.02 
4:03.18 
:24.91 
-.59.34 
2:09.51 
1:00.02 
2:10.54 



lm Diving 256.87 points 



Swimming 107 



Men's & Women's 



ndoo 




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SCORES 



01/11 MONTCLAIR 

ST./BINGHAMPTON 
MEN: 109, MSU 47 SB 32 
women: 76 MSU 64 SB 17 

01/25 E. 

STRDSBURG/MILLERSVILLE 
men: 100 M. 49 ESU 38 
women; 58 M. 61 ESU 58 

02/02 Princeton Relays 
no team scoring 

02/09 Delaware Invitational 

02/22 LAFAYETTE Men: W 83-62 
Women: L 83-52 

02/29 Pat. League Champs. 
Men: 2nd 
Women: 5th 




(First row I-r) Andrea Falke, Amy Heckler, Donna Riley, Deirdre Dalpiaz, Jenny Lee, Bridget O'Connell, Liz Mueller, Asst. 
Coach Bill Donahue. (Second row) Asst. Coach Patty O' Don nell -Smith, Melanie Mooney, Tina Altro, Monica Ksiazek, Tanya 
Butensky, Cretchen Repasky, Carolyn Hobbs, Micheele Drinon. (Third row) Lilly Casas, Amy Cook, Denise Richards, Kerri 
Duhamel, Cynthia Coward, Christina Heidel, Melanie Mason, Rachel Dambraville. (Fourth row) Asst. Coach Tom Saint, Karen 
Sayre, Irene Dell Bene, Donna Schall, Coach John Covert. 




(First row 1-r) Asst. Coach Bill Donahue, Steve Wachtel, Brian Nagele, Walt Fader, Mark Florio, Kris Takas, Pat 
Buddenbaum, Scott Casselbery, Dave Culhane, Kevin Chapman, Matt Kuhn, Kevin Jefferson, Doug Luehrs. 
(Second row) Asst. Coach Patti O'Donnell-Smith, Kevin Murphy, Alpesh Patel, Charlie Horn, Mike Burns, 
Hassan Young, Joe Constanzo, Horace Hamm, Matt Ayers, Greg Cipriano, Tony Perez, Coach John Covert. 
(Third row) Matt Van Lierop, Paul Hisem, Drew VandenBrul, Christoph Nickisch, Scott Sadler, Cliff Cutter, Carl 
Druffner, Mike O'Hara, Steve Lee, J. P. Welch. (Fourth row) Gerge Schmidt, Dan Hess, Jon VanOrder, Asst. 
Coach Tom Saint, Joe Kareivis, Cleveland McCray, Johan Anestad, Pete Bennitt, Abdiel West, Scott Singleton, 
Sean McCaffrey. 



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4/4 *at Lafayette 


11-6 W 


4/8 at St. John's (NY) 


6-18 L 


4/11 'HOLY CROSS 


11-5 W 


4/15 'ARMY 


10-13 L 


4/18 *at Bucknell 


7-13 L 


4/22 at Marist 


19-9 W 


4/29 DREXEL 


15-12 W 


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1992 Team Members: James Agger, Lucas Altman, Mike Bank, Drew Bauer, Bill Collard, Howard Foster, Pa 
Gilligan, Robert Hamilton, John Harter, Geoff Hebert, Jeffrey Jenkins, Robert Kamins, Kevin McCaffrey, Johr 
McCarthy, Robert McLaughlin, Ryan McQueeney, Michael Metzger, Chris Milne, Jason Oberhand, Chris Padur 
ano, Danny Petracca, Bill Rickleman, Carlos Romeu, Nick Serniuck, Andrew Shaffer, Dave Siegelaub, Adam Stoler 
Matt Sweetman, Mark Wilson Scoot Youmans. Head Coach: John McCloskey. Assistant Coach: Tony De Marinis 



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the game. 




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goal! (left) 



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3/20 


at Old Dominion 




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at Rutgers 




9-4 W 


4/2 


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4-11 L 


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1-10 L 


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6-8 L 


4/9 


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8-9 L 


4/11 


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8-6 W 


4/14 


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3-16 L 


4/17 


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9-5 W 


4/21 


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7-9 L 


4/23 


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5-13 L 


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3-13 L 


4/28 


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Front row: Kara Caffney, Carri Regan, Jennifer George. Second row: Beth Nestleroth, Colleen Doyle, Julhh 
Steele, Kristin Gillis, Molly Moran, Marie Sarkees. Back row: Head Coach Jackie Keeley, Anne Weitzif 
Elizabeth Robinson, Gamil Hall, Meghan Williams, Nicole DelGadio, Elizabeth Brode, Tara McGurk, I 
Ecker, Laurie Leigh-Manuell, Amy McCollian, Assistant Coach Kristin Eide. 



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Junior Kara Caffney fights for the draw against 
a Drexel Dragon, (left) 

Goalie Gamil Hall makes yet another great save 




Igional All American, Captain Marie Sarkees, carries the ball up the field, 
\trunning her opponent. 




Junior Letterwinners Sara Ecker and Tara 
McGurk listen intensely to Coach Keeley's half- 
time talk. (left). 



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Navy - 3/23 

Cornell #1 - 3/29 

Cornell #2 -3/29 

Moravian - 4/1 
•Lafayette #1 4/4 
•Lafayette #2 - 4/4 
•Lafayette #3 - 4/5 

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ike Nardella, Kyle Rohrbach, Jon Lehberger, Manager Phil Sclar. Back row: Head Coach Skip Schultz, Pat Connors, Mike Norwood, 
n Warman, Brian Kishbaugh, Scott Market, Gary Tompkins, Todd Richter, Robert Funk Andy Carabillo, Chris Hobbs, Matt Hvldahl, 
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Softball 

1 #St. John's (3/16) 

2 #Seton Hall (3/15) 

3 #St John's (3/16) 

4 #New Haven (3/16) 

5 #Providence (3/18) 

6 #Messiah (3/18) 

7 #Wheaton (3/19) 

8 #Vermont (3/19) 

9 #Providence (3/20) 

10 # Aurora (3/20) 1- 2 

11 Pennsylvania (3/29) 5- 4 

12 Pennsylvania (3/29) 6- 5 

13 Monmouth (4/1) 6- 3 

14 Monmouth (4/1) 2- 7 

15 *Fordham (4/4) 7- 

16 'Fordham (4/4) 18- 5 

17 'Army (4/5) 2- 3 

18 'Army (4/5) 0- 4 

19 St. Joseph's (4/7) 0-10 

20 St. Joseph's (4/7) 4- 1 

21 Villanova (4/8) 0- 5 

22 Villanova (4/8) 0- 4 

23 Delaware (4/9) 15- 4 

24 Delaware (4/9) 4- 9 

25 'Holy Cross (4/11) 13- 5 

26 'Holy Cross (4/11) 6- 3 

27 'Colgate (4/18) 4- 7 

28 'Colgate (4/18) 5- 7 

29 Ursinus (4/20) 2- 3 

30 Ursinus (4/20) 16- 1 

31 'Bucknell (4/21) 9- 7 

32 'Bucknell (4/21) 5- 4 

33 "Lafayette #1 - 4/25 6- 5 

34 'Lafayette #2 - 4/25 16- 8 

35 Moravian #1 - 4/26 8- 

36 Moravian #2 - 4/26 11- 1 
Princeton #1 (4/29) 0- 6 

38 Princeton #2 (4/29) 3- 5 

39 (Holy Cross (5/1) 11- 2 

40 (Lafayette (5/2) 6- 5 

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1992 Team Members: Maryelyn Coogan, Samantha Dery, Jennifer Docherty, Jennifer Hilton, Karen KascinslS 
Kristen Mapes, Marissa Mayo, Natalie Nestor, Mary Oliverie, Nina Rems, Janice Riley, Lori Schlauch, Jennifl 
Slack, Meredith Wall, Chari Young. Head Coach Sue Troyan. Assistant Coaches: Fran Troyan, Gina Lindet] 
muth. 



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Lehigh 's star outtielder hurls the ball 
home to get the second out in the game 
against Lafayette, (left) 



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iously awaits her chance to 
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1992 Team Members: Tom Clydesdale, Scott Forman, Kurt Kurimsky, John Logue, Mike Lynch, Sean Markt 
Mike McGovern, Dan Melehan, Matt Nolan, Eddie Siddons, David Strassburger, Michael Zottoli. Head Coac 
Kelly Gutshall. Assistant Coach: John Smeaton. Volunteer Assistant Coach: Fred Kern. 









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at St. Joseph's 9-0 

at Rider 9-0 

"at Fordham 8-1 

*at Army 1-8 

V1LLANOVA 5-4 

at West Chester PPD 

at Connecticut 6-3 L 

*at Holy Cross PPD 

at Delaware 7-2 W 

•COLGATE 7-2 W 

•BUCKNELL 9-0 W 

at Drexel 9-0 W 

•at Lafayette 6-0 W 

4/25-26Patriot League Champs THIRD 

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Front row: Ryan Celrod, Eric Perlmutter. Back row: Head Coach Dave Shook, Fred Saab, Art Comstock, Rick Lewis, 
William Cooper, Steve Small. 



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shot put. 

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(below) Kevin Rubin stretches and listens to his 

coach. 




(above) Kevin Jefferson begins to wind up for the discus 
throw. 



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the javelin. 

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Lehigh University f|[QQ)f Peter Likins, President 



Alumni Memorial Building 27 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 

telephone (215) 758-3155 

fax (215) 868-6560 

(215) 691-5420 

Final Words From The President 



Many of you have listened patiently to fatherly advice from your 
president, beginning with the freshman orientation address and culminating in 
my farewell at your commencement. We all know that most young people 
develop special strategies for processing fatherly advice from their own 
fathers . . . the phrase "in one ear and out the other" comes to mind. Most of 
these messages are indeed forgotten, and little is recorded for posterity. The 
farewell message in the Epitome, however, lives forever, and you will read it 
again 20 years later, or 50. I ask you now to think about how you will feel 
when you return to these words at the peak of your career, or at its close. It 
seems unlikely now, I know, but I promise you that you will read these words 
again someday. 

You have worked hard to earn the privilege of a Lehigh degree, and you 
will find more challenges to meet in the years that lie immediately ahead. But 
you are superbly prepared to succeed in this competitive environment, and the 
privileges that now await you will not be denied. In the long run, however, you 
will be judged not by the privileges you have earned, but by the responsibilities 
you have borne. In my parting words, therefore, I offer you the following 
advice: Let your goals from the very beginning of your career include giving of 
your talents and energies to other people in your life, so that the habit of 
kindness and generosity will be with you always. 

You have received a gift from your parents, whether you felt their 
presence or not. Other family members, teachers, coaches and friends have 
given generously to your development. Your turn will come to be a parent, a 
teacher, and a friend. Be worthy of your Lehigh education, and meet these 
responsibilities well. 




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Vice Presidents 




Michael Bolton 



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Vice President for Research 



John W. Smeaton 
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs 



Marsha A. Duncan 
Vice President for Student Affairs 




Alan W. Pense 
Vice President and Provost 




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Joseph D. Sterrett 
Assisstant Vice President and Director of Athletics 



John W. Woltjcn 
Vice President and Treasurer 



Deans 




David Thomas 
Dean, Graduate School 



Mark Erikson 

Dean of Students 



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Deans 



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Associate Dean of Students 



Jennifer Volchko 
Associate Dean of Students 





Sharon Basso-Reese 
Assistant Dean of Students 

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Mary Kay Baker 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Ozzie Breiner 
Area Coordinator 






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Sharon Brown 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Geoffrey Haskell 
Student Activities Coordinator 




Robert Robeson 
Assista)it Dea)i of Students 




Deborah Sacarakis 
Cultural Affairs Coordinator 



Krispin Wagoner 
Greek Affairs Coordinator 






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Arts & Science 139 



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Aerospace 



gram, the Aerospace Studies department develops future Air Force officers from talented, motivated students. The 
program combines challenging academic courses, a rigorous physical fitness program and leadership training. 
Through this program, our students can meet the challenges of tomorrow's Air Force. 

Since the Air Force is reducing the size of its forces, AFROTC retains only the best and the brightest. Our corps, 
totaling 41 cadets, is still strong and active on the campus and in the community. We have helped the Miller Memo- 
rial Blood Center with their semester blood drives in Upper Grace Hall and assisted the community in preparing for 
the Celtic Classic. Also, our Highland Guard performed their annual flag raising ceremony on Veteran's Day at the 
University Center flag pole. The flag is put at half mast to commemorate all those who have died in the service of our 
country. We are also well represented by our Arnold Air Society, a service fraternity who was selected to be the Area 
III headquarters. In this capacity, they are responsible for service to the communities surrounding five northeastern 

iversities. "^f*. 

Carrying on tradition, we held the 6th annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Vigil Run. This is a 24-hour run 
held every year in late September to honor POWs and MIAs and to let everyone know that they are not forgetten. 
This two mile stretch through Bethlehem is continuously run by cadets, students, and local citizens. While running, 
the POW/MIA flag is held high so the community can be made aware of the problems still faced by the captives and 

e families they left behind. 

AFROTC cadets also take part in social and athletic activities. Over pacing break in October, 13 cadets travelled on 
a C-130 to Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee. The warm weather and beautiful facilities were a welcome vacation. 
Each semester the cadets hold a Field Day in which the cadets must pass a timed 1.5 mile run and a physical fitness 

Ftest. Afterwards they play soccer or ultimate frisbee to emphasize teamwork. 
The fall's main social event is the Dining-Out, a traditional formal military dinner. Our guest speaker was Lieuten- 
ant General Charles J. Searock, who is the Vice Commander of Air Force Logistics Command. In the spring semester, 
the Air Force and Army cadet corps hosted a military ball. 





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Department members are: Lt. Colonel A. Philpotts, Major D. Pletcher, 
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Department members arc: T. Peters, R. Redd, R. Viera, I. Zaknic, L. Gans, B. Booths, D. Cackovic, B. nomas, G. Shortess, A. Priester, S. Anderson, M. Barnstone, 

A. Corallo, D. Mason, C. Norton 

he Department of Art & Architecture continues to be a very popular choice as a major at Lehigh. Currently we have 78 architec- 
ire majors, 8 art majors and 6 that are pursuing the double major in Architecture/Civil Engineering. The following might be 
'pical of the varied situations that occur in this mixed-media department: 

' rom: Ivan Zaknic 
0: Students in ARCH 243 
The deconstructionist project in Studio 306 has gone too far. Please return the jackhammers to Room 208N! 

rom: Lucy Gans 

o: Students in ART 13 - Sculpture 
Who raided the sculpture studio cabinet? Tools are our life blood! Please wipe lifeblood off the saw in Studio 208N. 

rom: Richard Redd 

0: Students in ART 20 - Color 

Please leave your umber, maize and magenta crayolas in the recycling box for the new admissions office outreach project. 

Note in Photo Studio: Who the hell borrowed the Mapplethorpe slides? Lucy Gans is dealing with gender issues and 
errisford Booth has gotta have 'em for Black Studies. 

rom: Bruce Thomas 
d: Architecture Students 
To clarify a point about the Coliseum in Rome: The Romans did not feed both Catholics and Protestants to the lions. Those 
nd of games had to wait until the Reformation. The menu was undifferentiated Christians at the time of Nero. 

i "om: Ricardo Viera 
y. Art & Architecture Faculty 
Please check vour preferences for the 12 noon lectures and lunch with: 

j Milton Glaser. jPaul Goldberger 

j Richard Golderberg j Jane Jacobs 
j Philip Johnson j Madonna 



Arts & Science 141 



Chemistry 



To our Biochemistry and Chemistry majors the faculty of the 
Chemistry Department extends our congratulations and best wishes 
in your pursuit of your varied professional goals. You may not 
believe this, but your class is the largest class graduating from this 
department in the last four years. Considering your comments about 
the courses and labs you have endured at Lehigh, it is remarkable 
that you stayed here long enough to finish. 

Here is a sampling of your comments we have overheard. "Do 
you realize Chem 21 was the last easy course I took at Lehigh?" 
"Chemistry 31 gives me vertigo because I keep losing my equilib- 
rium." "Are you still trying to figure out your Chem 53 unknown?" "I 
wonder how many titrations we'll have do in Chem 234 this after- 
noon." "Do we have to memorize everything in Biochemistry?" "You 
mean that in Chem 341 we'll actually do some programming? But I 
don't know anything about BASIC." "Before I took Chem 192, 1 
thought inverting sugar meant turning over the sugar bowl." "Is there 
anything in Chem 307 which doesn't depend on "d" orbitals?" And 
the clincher... "Why do they [the faculty] assume we remember stuff 
from earlier courses?" 

Mavbe you will not remember everything from you classes, but 
you will have hard time forgetting your classmates and even some of 
your professors, for one reason or another. We also have memories 
of you. Again best wishes and be sure to come back and say Hello. 




Department members are: K. Klier (chair), ]. Alluuieff, M. Behe, ]. Benbmo, j 
G. Ferguson, N. Foster, K. Haug, N. Heindel, L. Klebanoff, C. Kraihanzel, 
]. Larsen, R. Lovejoy, L. Lowe-Krentz, F. Micale, S. Regen, J. Roberts, K. Schruy 
G. Simmons, D. Smyth, J. Sturm, J. Vanderlwff, D. Zeroka 



Molecular Biology 






A New Department... A New Location 



This was the first year of existence at the new Department of 
Molecular Biology. Six professors from the old, and now abolished, 
biologv department started the new Department. The old depart- 
ment office located in Williams Hall was vacated and we moved into 
our new "home" in Iacocca Hall at Mountaintop. 

hi addition to the "old-timers", we transfused some "new blood" in 
the form of visiting Assistant Professor H. Marie Lawrence. Profes- 
sor Lawrence teaches evolution, genetics and genetics lab. We are 
looking forward to her being here next year, as well. In addition, two 
more new professors will arrive this coming August, Dr. Lynne 
Cassimeris and Dr. Agnes Ayme-Southgate. 

One of the hallmarks of our program is the opportunity for 
undergraduate research. You can apply for a research grant in 
Lehigh's Howard Hughes Program. This year we had students doing 
research on cancer, sperm, sexuallv transmitted viruses, RNA 
transport, plant chloroplast genetics, and genes on promiscuous 
plasmids! 

Molecular Biology in the 90's is exciting and it is going on right 
here at Lehigh! 







Front: B. Bean, H.M. Lawrence, V. Ware, M. Kuchka 

Middle: S. Krawiec, J. Sands 

Back: J. Abel 




Just one more drop and Kaboom! 

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English 




Department members are: E. Gallagher, R. Arbur, P. Beidler, }. DeBellis, J. Fergus, E. Fifer, }. Frakes, A. Hartung, 
F. Hook, }. Hunt, R. Mundhenk, B. Trmster, /. Vickrey, A. Bross, R. Harson, E. Lotto, B. Pavlock, A. Doty, D. 
Hawkes, R. Jenseth, E. Bonds, S. Hai/tmanek, K. Keim 



Geology 












Back Row. E. Evenson, D. Simpson, H. Pritchard 

Middle Row. A. Meltzer, B. Hargraoes, P. Zeitler. C. Moses 

Front Row: B. Carson, C. Williamson, D. Anastasio, K. Kodama 



Arts & Science 143 



Government 





Back Row: F. Colon, D. Barry, F. Davis, R. Matthews 
Front Row: E. Morgan, H. Stewart-Gambino, L. Olson 















The Department of Government is composed of nine full-time members and a number of adjunct faculty. The 
department covers all areas of training with majors preparing for careers in all levels of government and civil 
service work, nonprofit organizations, private sector corporations, and for training in such fields as law educa- 
tion. 

The Department was created in 1962 as an individual department and is now celebrating its thirtieth year as a 
single department. Prior to 1962 government was part of the history department. 

As an integral part of the College of Arts and Science it has one of the largest number of majors in the College, 
offers minors in Government and Public Administration, and contributes to such programs as Urban Studies, 
Latin American Studies, Russian Studies, International Careers, Women's Studies, and the Law and Legal 
Institutions minor. It also offers a Master of Arts graduate program. 

Students in the department of government learn the structures of the political systems that deal with these 
problems, but they also develop something else— the ability to think critically. Outside of class, many govern- 
ment professors are involved with student groups and current issue groups. In addition, students work in 
internships in the Lehigh Valley as well as Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. 



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History 




ack Row: W. Shade, /. Smz'ffc, R. Frey, R. Simon, /. Dowling 
rout Row: S. Walters, I Saegar 

fssing: M. Baylor, I. Duffy,]. Ellis, S. Goldman, T. Peters, C. Phillips, C. Tipton, G. Cooper, C. Daniels, C. Keim, S. Cutcliffe, G. Bastoni. W. Kohls 

What a year for history! Nineteen-ninety-one began with the Gulf War and ended with the disintegra- 
tion of both the Soviet Union and the American economy. By early 1992 the President had thrown up on 
the Japanese prime minister and Macy's was bankrupt. When the class of '92 returns for their twenty- 
fifth reunion all of these developments will have worked their way into a Lehigh history course. 
During the past year the department has streamlined the requirements for the undergraduate major 
which has grown in recent years. In the 1991-92 academic year four seniors engaged in year-long re- 
search projects, working closely with a faculty member of their choice. Mike Denie studied the relations 
between Winston Churchill and General Wavell in 1940-41 with Professor Duffy. Two students worked 
with Professor Dowling: John McCarthy examined the origins of the Cold War and Mark Ippolito 
studied the Yalta Agreements. Doug Goldfein, and American studies major, studied Images of blacks in 
American film with Professor Amidon. 

The department is affiliated with three academic programs on campus: the Gipson Institute for Eigh- 
teenth Centurv Studies, the Science, Technology, and Society Program, and the American Studies pro- 
gram. The Gipson Institute sponsors an annual scholarly symposium. The STS sponsored a scholarly 
program in the fall on colonial crafts and craftsmen, and co-sponsors the department lunch series. Our 
graduate program has also grown rapidly in the last few years. The department offers a Ph.D., with its 
strongest emphasis in colonial American historv and the historv of technology. 

Two faculty members published books in 1991-92: Professor John Ellis, Yellow Fever, Public Health, and 
the New South, and Professor Michael Baylor, The Radical Reformation . Professors John Smith and Gail 
Cooper both presented invited papers in Japan. Many other faculty also published articles or presented 
papers during the year. 






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International Careers 




International Relations 




Department members are: M. Menem, Z. Slouka, O. Smolansky, R. Wi/lie, H. Barkey, B. Moon, C. Joynt 



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Journalism 




Department members are: S. Friedman, W. Trimble, F. Hutton, /. Lule, D. Wills, K. Friedman, M. Grass, G. Kranzley, R. ROsermxin, N. Ross, W. White, P. 
Zirkel, C. Gonm/ 



The Journalism Department continued to be a popular though challenging home for increasing 
numbers of Lehigh students as well as a site for internationally respected research and teaching. 
Department chair Sharon Friedman and Ken Friedman pursued their studies and teaching of 
science and technical writing. Professor Carole Gorney was on a one-year sabbatical as a 
Fulbright scholar to China where she taught American-style journalism to full classes. 
Through feature writing and the proseminar, Professor Frankie Hutton continued to impress 
upon students the power and glory of research and writing. Professor Jack Lule, in his second 
year, brought a global dimension to the curriculum with work in international reporting as well 
as media ethics and law. 

Bearded and renewed from his sabbatical, Professor Wallv Trimble returned immediately invigo- 
rated his classes in newswriting, editing and advanced editing. The department also continued 
to rely on the grace and presence of Professor Dina Wills who somehow found time to direct the 
interdisciplinary Communication minor, coordinate faculty development for the university, and 
offer popular classes in public speaking and persuasion. 

Department Coordinator Linda Lipko, with Pam Mongi and a loval staff of student workers, 
kept the office functioning even throughout preregistration. They and the facility worked to 
provide for the manv journalism students a site for good work and lasting friendships. 









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Math 




Department members nre:E. Assmus, D. Davis, D. Edelen, B. Eisenberg, B. Ghosh, S. Gulden, S. Khabbaz, ]. King, G. McAllister, G. McCluskey, E. Salathe 
M. Schecter, G. Smith, A. Snyder, G. Stengle, A. Wilansky, B. Dodson, W. Huang, D. Johnson, /. Kazakia, C. Queen, P. Smith, L. Stanley, S. Szczepanski, 
Venkntaraman, J. Yiikich, V. Dobric, ]. Ricken 

Military Science 

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Front (I to r): J. Locascio, H. Vasilas, L. HaviJand 

Back (I to r): CPT.Knop, LTC Frankenfield, CPT Elliott, SSG Picket 

Missing: MA] Ziegler, CPT Kose, MSG Ullom, SFC Welsh 



Leadership and excellence started here in 1919. The Lehigh ROTC program is one ot the oldest in our nation. The mission of 
Army ROTC at Lehigh University is to train and commission the future leadership of the United States Army. Our cadets learn 
to demonstrate: Initiative, Competence, esprit de corps, and confidence. 

Each year the corps of cadets is involved in many projects. This year was no exception. In the Fall they organized the fresh- 
man and parents' reception, and our annual Fall Dinner that brings all the cadre and cadets together for a formal military 
dinner. Additionally, "Operation Santa" offered the cadets an opportunity to help indigent children in the Lehigh Valley 
during the Christmas season. Spring brought the Military Ball where the entire cadet corps gathered with its counterpart, Air 
Force ROTC, for a formal banquet in the best of military traditions and a night of fun. 

The responsibility to lead others is taken very seriously in Lehigh Army ROTC. The cadets must pass through several "Quality 
Gates" before they are granted the opportunity to pin on the rank of Second Lieutenant. They must demonstrate profi- 
ciency in sixteen leadership dimensions and academics, while maintaining high standards of physical readiness and stamina, 
and ethical behavior. 
The Department of Military Science will remember the Army ROTC class of 1992 as a hard working and dedicated group who 

and attained high standards and who contributed immensely to making the Lehigh Army ROTC program better. Best 
wishes for a bright and prosperous future. 




Modern Foreign Language 




Department members are: A. Herz, D. Leu'is, A. van der Naald, L. Wolfgang, M. Armstrong, L. Lefkowitz, D. Pankenier, A. Prieto, D. Waldenrath, M. Chabut, 
C. Cook, M. Nicholas, V. Stegmann, H. Parmet 



The most exciting development in MFL this year was the relocation of the entire department 
from an overcrowded Coppee Hall to the fifth floor of Maginnes. MFL faculty now have the 
opportunity to interact more closely with other internationally oriented faculty as well as with the 
study abroad office and the Center for International Studies which now are also located on the 
fifth floor of Maginnes. 

Along with the creation on the fourth floor of Maginnes of a new International Multimedia Re- 
source Center with its foreign language multimedia computer facility and World View Room for 
viewing foreign language TV broadcasts. Installation of the classrooms was completed in the 
spring semester. The department was successful in obtaining funding from the U.S. Department 
of Education and equipment and software support from the IBM Foreign Language Multimedia 
Consortium to assist in introducing the new technology to faculty and students and to recruit Mr. 
Victor Zabolotnyi to direct the facility. 

Two new permanent faculty joined the department this year: Professor Marie-Helene Chabut in 
French and Professor Vera Stegmann in German. Study abroad programs have been en- 
hanced and expanded and many studnets took advantage of new opportunities to spend a 
semester or year in programs abroad in China, France, Geramny, Israel, Japan, Spain, and 
Russia. Last but not least, MFL faculty added to an unbroken record when Professor Connie 
Cook was awarded the Paul J. Franz, Jr. Faculty Fellowship for summer 1992 to work on a book. 




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Music 




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Philosophy 



Left to Right: P. Salerni, N. Sine, ]. Bidlack, C. Teske 
Missing: S. Sametz, ]. Barnes, N. Bidlack, L. Wright 




Department members are: R. Barnes, S. Goldman, /. Lindgren, N. Melchert, R. Weiss, G. Beam, R. Dillon 



Socrates said "the unexamined life is not worth living." 

Is that true? If so, you have to believe that lots and lots of lives are not worth living! But is that a 

reason for thinking it isn't true? Are most of our lives worth living? Is yours? Is it possible to waste 

a life? What is life for, anyway? 

What would make a life worth living? Ana if you came up with an answer to that question, 

how sure could you be that you got it right? 

Maybe it's best just not to worry about it. Still, you are going to live your life somehow! Ana is it 

really wise just to take your cultures answers to that question for granted? Be a good 

sonsumer, maks lots of money, be well-known and admired as a leader. 

What makes one's culture so wise? 

Philosophy since Socrates has been for those who hold these questions worth thinking about. 

And so it was at Lehigh during the past year. 



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Physics 




Department members are: A. Kritz (Chair), G. Borse, G. DeLeo, R. Folk, W. Fender, ]. Gunton, A. Kanofsky, Y. Kim, S. Radin, W. Smith, G. Watkins, 
B. Benson, /. Huennekens, R. Shaffer, M. Stavola, /. Toulouse, D. Hong, ]. Licini, M. Malcuit, H. Ou-Yang, R. Pakula, A. Streater, /. McLennan 



The Physics Department at Lehigh is a moderately large, research oriented, department which also 
plays a significant role in the undergraduate program. The department is located in the Sherman Fairchild 
Center for Physical Sciences. This complex includes the Sherman Fairchild Laboratory for Solid State 
Studies, the renovated five-story Physics building, and a major wing which connects these two buildings 
and houses research and teaching space. The department offers several large service courses to under- 
graduates in both the Engineering and the Arts & Science Colleges. Each year, approximately 1200 stu- 
dents are enrolled in one of these introductory courses. In addition, the department offers four under- 
graduate degrees: B.A. and B.S. in the College of Arts and Science; B.S. in Engineering Phvsics and 
E.E.E.P. (five year program) in the College of Engineering. There is a broad spectra of advanced courses 
available for students majoring in physics. The number of undergraduate degrees awarded yearlv in 
physics is about eight, making it possible for all physics majors to become actively involved in one or more 
of the research programs of the faculty. Advanced laboratory work, in a formallv schedueled course or as 
part of a research group during the summer, is an important part of each undergraduate phvsics major's 
program. Most physics majors will continue their studies in physics or a related field at the graduate level. 

The department is heavily engaged in graduate education, with about 60 full-time graduate students 
enrolled at any one time. Many of these students will be employed as part-time teaching assistants in the 
introductory courses as part of their training. Most of the remainder will be supported as either fellows or 
research assistants. The department offers both the M.S. and Ph. D. degrees and approximately two thirds 
of the graduate students can be expected to continue on to the Ph.D. 




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Psychology 




Department members are: M. Riehter, /. Nyby (chair), P. O'Scaghdha, S. Williams, R. Phillips, S. Barrett, B. Malt, M. Bicklwrd, D. Cundall, D. Hi/land, 
M.. Itzkmoitz, W. Newman, ]. Schneider, G. Shortess, N. Simon, E. Wurf 



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Lehigh University's Psychology Department offers several degrees, the BA in Psychology and the BA or BS in 
Behavioral Neuroscience. The department also has one of the fastest growing graduate programs in the College. 
Sixteen dedicated faculty keep at the leading edge of their particular fields by conducting research and presenting 
their work at major scientific conferences. A broad range of courses is offered in basic psychology as well as in the 
areas of biopsychology, cognition and learning, developmental, personality /social, experimental and abnormal 
psychology. Located in historical Chandler-Ullman Hall, there are state-of-the-art facilities for upperclass under- 
graduate students to acquire valuable first-hand experience in the Child Development Laboratory, the Cognitive 
Laboratory, the Biopsychology Recearch Facility, and the Phobia Research Program. Also offered is a departmental 
honors program in which seniors can work on projects to allow in-depth study beyond that permitted by normal 
coursework. 

Our degree programs provide preparation for a variety of differnet fields. In addition to serving as a preparational 
degree for further study in psychology, our programs prepare graduates to go on to graduate studies in social work 
or special education, for example, or to medical, dental or law school. The minor in psychology is often used in 
conduction with degrees in marketing, international relations, and other fields. The Psychology Department faculty 
and staff are committed to helping students achieve their hill potential. 




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Religion Studies 



Department members arc: N. Girardot, L. Silberstein, K. Kraft, M. Raposa, /.. Steffen, L. Weissler, B. Wright, III 

his year marked the beginning of a new era in Religion Studies. In welcoming back Professor Weissler (and installing her as chair), the 
(epartment has its current faculty all together for the first time. Consequently, the department has undertaken a complete revamping of its 
lurse offerings to play to the faculty's interests and strengths. 

leligion Studies has had a busy year. The deparment participated with Jewish Studies in activities connected with the exhibit of the City of 
tevid artifacts from Jerusalem. Professors Kraft, Wright, Silberstein and Steffen offered seminars in the new Freshman Seminar program. 
leligion Studies was also pleased to welcome Kenneth Briggs as the first Newman Lecturer in Catholic Studies, 
ill in all, Religion Studies provides proof that the search for the meaning of life is not the sole domain of Montv Python, but thrives at Lehigh. 




Sociology & 
Anthropology 



Department members are: D. Campdett, B. Frankel, /. Gatewood, R. Herrenkohl, /. LAsker, /. Mcintosh, R. Rosenwein, D. Small, j. 

Spade, N. Tannenbaum. R. Bell, M. Thomas 

Greetings from our quaint outpost- Price Hall. From these luxurious digs, the faculty, staff, and students of the Department of Social Rela- 
10ns venture outward and inward seeking to unravel the manifest complexities of social behavior. The ghosts of Marx, Weber, Durkheim, 
Croeber, and Freud whisper hints to those who will listen amidst the humming of computers, chattering of printers, and creaking of timbers. 
Vandering members of the department came home this year, and the Tribe of Social Relations was finally made whole. Refreshed from his 
El-earned year of academic leave, Professor Mcintosh resumed hill-time professorial duties. Similarly, Professor Lasker returned to the 
epartment from her service as Associate Dean of the College. Professor Melvin Thomas, previously of Temple University, joined our merrv 
■and this fall. Professor Gabriel Weimann, on leave from the Universitv of Haifa, spent the year visiting Lehigh as Berman Fellow. And, the 
talwart and reliable Professors Campbell, Frankel, Gatewood, Rosenwein, Small, Spade, and Tannenbaum just kept on keeping on. 
U the time of this writing, the high point of the 1991-92 year has yet to happen. Still, we are eagerly anticipating whatever it turns out to be. 




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Science, Technology and Society 




The Science, Technology and Society Program, originally established in 1972, is the product of a continuing intercollege effort tc 
create a common ground from which to explore the relations between science, technology and society; between ideas, machines 
and values. The STS Program serves as a focal point for a wide range of courses that study the natures of science and of technolog 
,and analyze their social and personal implications. It lends coherence and visibility to offerings otherwise dispersed throughout 
the catalog. f i 

The STS Program offers both a major and a minor. The major in Science, Technology and Society Studies prepares students for 
graduate study or for a wide variety of career opportunities including policy analysis, planning, or community relations with 
public or private sector agencies concerned with the social relations of scientific research and technological innovation. The minor 
program is particularly attractive for students interested in complementing their more traditional disciplinary major with with 
studies in some interdisciplinary aspect of the relationships between science, technology and society. Whether it is engineering 

5 students desirous of learning more about the social context within which they will be doing their work, liberal arts students inter- 
ested in knowing about the technical background of political issues they might ultimately have to vote on some day, or business 
students anxious to understand more fully the value contect of technical decision making processes in the managerial world, STS 
'ffers an opportunity to study these questions along with many more topical issues of the day. Donna Gaugler, a current STS 
major in the Class of 1992 is anticipating entering graduate school in education. 

The STS Program sponsors numerous public lectures, colloquia and seminars throughout the course of the academic year. Thi; 
year STS co-sponsored a seminar with the History Department on history of technology and technology studies. In additon, STS 
o-sponsored a major academic conference entitled: "American Crafts and Trades in the Mid-Atlantic Region, 1620-1820." The 
conference was coordinated with Historic Bethlehem, Inc., a local area museum, as part of the City of Bethlehem's 200th anniver- 
- iry i elebration. If broughl together academic scholars, museum professionals and community citizens in a presentation of re- 
search on the historic, economic and technical aspects of varied pre- and early industrial crafts and trades. The dynamics of inter- 
departmental and intercollege interaction for both faculty and students alike make for a stimulating intellectual experience and als 
provide a more realisitic preparation for students entering into their professional adult careers where life is not arranged simply b; 
academic disciplines. 



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Tlieatre 




Back Roiv: P. Pepper, A. Roney, A. Ripa 
Front Row: D.P. Kendrick, V. Neal, A. Blatt, C. Davis, J. Milet 



The department of theatre continued to stretch this year, with some 500 students from all three under- 
graduate colleges enrolling in theatre classes. In May, we graduated two theatre majors and seven 
theatre minors from all over the University. 

The department contributed courses in acting and dramatic literature to the new College Seminars 
program for freshmen. Resident designer/ technical director Vicki Neal also offered new courses in 
sound production and drafting. 

Professor Jeffrev Milet was acting chairman in the spring, while chairman Augustine Ripa was on 
academic leave. Gus spent part of his time off directing SCHOOL ALLEY at Touchstone Tlieatre, with 
scenic design by Vicki Neal. 

The 1991-1992 Lehigh University Theatre season opened with AFTER THE FALL, directed bv assistant 
professor Pam Pepper. GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS was presented in November bv chairman Augus- 
tine Ripa's production seminar class. The spring semester began with visiting assistant professor Carol 
Davis' production of THE MISANTHROPE. The season closed with CANDIDA, directed by visiting 
professor Edward Kahn, a 1983 Lehigh graduate and former president of Mustard & Cheese. Students 
in the advanced directing class presented their year-end one-act plays at the Lab Tlieatre in Coppee 
Hall. 

Sold-out performances at Wilbur were common, as attendance was over 95% of capacity for the season. 
Each production was entered in the American College Theatre Festival (ACTF), with more than 20 
faculty and students attending the Region II Festival at Muhlenberg College in January. Gus Ripa and 
Pam Pepper visited other schools throughout the year to adjudicate their productions for ACTF. Pam 
also served as Region II Plavwriting Awards Chair. 









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Urban Studies 

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D. Amidon, F. Colon, B. Frankel, W. Pillsbun/, R. Simon, I. Zaknic 




Urban Studies is not a major for faint-hearted collegians interested in a shallow acquiantance with the latest 
"urban crisis" discovered by the breathless media. We seek to impart a careful analytical grasp of the patterns 
of life in large human settlements. In the process, we try our best to deliver the classic benefits of a liberal arts 
education helping our students to reason more clearly, search more diligently for the truth, and argue more 
effectively. We combine many disciplines; an Urban Studies major takes courses with economists, architects, 
historians, anthropologists, political scientists, and perhaps even a classicist or geologist. Consequently, ours 
is a major readily combined with a second ("double") major, most commonly in Architecture, Economics, or 
Government. 

Most of our graduates have entered the business world, which suits us fine. We think the sort of broad liberal 
education we offer is the best possible preparation for the adventures of the marketplace. Law is the second 
most popular career choice among Urban Studies majors. Others go into real estate, banking, public service 
(planning and city management), medicine, and architecture. 

We are a small operation and students get to know us well. Several courses include field trips to Philadelphia 
or New York, and some students choose to spend internship semesters in Philadelphia or Washington for the 
major credit. Our Philosophy? You spend $23,000 a year to improve your mind and your chances in life. We 
aim to help our students do both. 



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Scholarship Program 





Afts& Science 157 



College 
of 
. Business 

L AEconomics 





Richard W. Barness 
Dean 



Tlterese A. Masknlka 
Assistant Dean 



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Kathleen A. Trexler 
Assistant Dean and Director of MBA Program 



Business 159 



Accounting 





lembers are: }. Largely, F. Luh, K. Sinclair, D. Bainbridge, M. Davis, /. Hall, /. Paul, K. Collins, P. Gupta, R. Lawrence, M. Ray, /. Rebele, D. Bayak 

' R. Mills, R. Schuchart 



Accounting at Lehigh has a reputation for being a challenging four-year grind, so why do about 100 
students a year graduate as accounting majors? 

"Students are motivated to tackle the work," says Ken Sinclair, department chairman, "because they 
get personal attention and stimulation in and out of class, and because they know that once they 
graduate, they will be ready to step into a job." 

"Lehigh accounting majors traditionally do well with the 'Big Six' accounting firms, industry, banking, 
law and graduate education," Sinclair notes. A big reason they do so well in job searches is that they 
know more than just how to complete a financial report. Our objective is to teach students how to 
think, and recruiters know Lehigh graduates have that ability," he says. 

Each spring, sophomores and juniors attend Career Day, where they meet representatives of about 40 
prospective employers. In courses, regular guest speakers from the business world are invited to help 
bring classroom material to life. Fall field trips to New York City or Philadelphia expose students to 
international accounting firms. In a new course, students practice making oral presentations in front 
of a video camera. 

But perhaps the biggest advantage Lehigh accounting has over larger schools is class size. Professor 
Bob Mills says the department decided about 20 years ago to keep class size small for even introduc- 
tory accounting courses, which at some universities include hundreds of students crowded into large 
lecture halls. Lehigh's beginning courses have no more than 35 students, with advanced courses 
having even fewer students. Furthermore, courses are taught primarily by full-time faculty, not 
teaching assistants. 

In addition to their formidable teaching commitment, the accounting faculty are busy doing research, 
developing textbooks or serving in professional societies. 

"The research we do is important," says Manash Ray, assistant professor. "But it is particularly 
rewarding when professors use their research in the classroom, as we do here." Accounting at 
Lehigh is rewarding to students willing to do the work. 



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Economics 




de p a rtme nt members tin-: /. Aronson, N. Balabkins, A. Cohen, T. Hyclak, /. Innes, A. King, /. McNamara, R. Tlwrnton, F. Gunter, V. 

Munhy, A. O'Brien, W. Pillsbury, L. Taylor, C. Callahan, D. Chisholm, /. Dearden, M. Deily, /. McDonald, F. Jensen, E. Schwartz 



tree faculty members joined the Economics Department in the fall of 1991. Professor Darlene Chisholm, who received her doctorate from 
ie University of Washington, Professor Mary Beth Deily, with a doctorate from Harvard University, and Professor Judith McDonald, with a 
>Ctorate from Princeton University. 

he Economics Society, a club for undergraduate majors in economics, was headed by senior Scott Miller. The club's vice president was 
>phomore Dave Sansaverino. The Economics Society sponsors occasional discussions between faculty and students on controversial issues 
the day as well as a spring student-faculty mixer. 

he department also continued its colloquia series, which brings in economists from outside the university to discuss their current research. 
xvikers included economists from New York University, Colgate University, Temple University, Johns Hopkins Universitv, and the Permsj 1 
inia State University. 

Finance 




Department Members are: C. Bchileman, S. Buell, J. Grccnlcat. S. Thode, R. Kish, M. Schranz, G. Vasconcellos, D. Muething, 

5. Weaver, C. Swindle 

he field of finance is concerned with the transfer of funds from savers to users and the allocations of funds within an enterprise among 
impeting demands for the funds. Attention is also focused on the institutions and instruments necessary to facilitate this transfer of funds, 
lence, the Department of Finance offers courses and undertakes research in the areas of Business Finance, Investments, Security Analvsiv 
ortfolio Management, Financial Hows and Markets, Bank Management, Financial Futures and Options, and International Financial Manage- 
ment. In this way it has been able to prepare students for attractive careers in the finance function of industrial firms, brokerage houses, banks 
nd other financial intermediaries: investment banking, financial analysis institutional investors, and national and international capital 
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Law & Business 





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Marketing 



Department members are: B. Brockway, P. Zirkel, G. Nation III, L. Mosakawski, S. Mercy, E. Mercy Jr. 



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Department members are: /. Hansz (chair), R. Horton*, C. McDonald, J. Maskulka, ]. Schaeffer, B. Smackey 



* Raymond L. Horton passed away in January 1992 

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Management 




Department members are: R. Bareness, A. Bean, /. Bonge, B. Litt, M. Kolchin, T. Schlie, /. Steivns, P. Poole, S. Sherer, L. Bradt, D. Falcinelli, ). West 



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ve ROLLS again at dinner!!!. ..Fishheads... The Great Shower curtain caper.. .Elevators from helL.PrVO, and lots of it.. .Lucy and 
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College 
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Applied Science 




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Kenneth W. Sawyers 
Associate Dean 



Fazil Erdogan 
Dean 




Engineering 165 



Chemical Engineering 




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Department members are: J. Chen, F. Stein, P. Blythe, H. Caram, M. Quirks, M. El-Aasser, C. Georgakis, A. Humphrey, W. Luyben, M. Reilly, E. 
Scluesser, L. Sperling, D. Hess, A. Klein, }. Phillpis, C. Silebi, ]. Hsu, H. Stenger, I. Wachs, M. Santore, W. Hencke, P. Mathks,E. Sudol, K. fuzla 
L. Wenzel 



Salathe, W. 
C. Clump, 



Computer Science & Electrical Engineering 




Department 
C. Holzingt 



members are: L. Varnerin, D. Hillman, ]. Karakash, R. Barnes, W. Dahlke, D. Decker, R. Denton, N. Eberlmrdt, B. Fritchman, S. Gulden, F. Hielscher, 
r, /. Hwang, R. Jaccodine, A. Larky, D. Leenov, E. Kay, R. Nagel, ]. O'Connor, G. Rai/na, W. Schiesser, E. TJiompson, K. Tzeng, M. Wliite, D. Young, 
D. Talhelm, G. Blank, D. Frey, M. Hatalis, K. Norian, P. Ota, M. Wahg, H. Barada, D. Christodoulides, A. Dingle, W. Li, M. Spezialetti, C. Adomshick, S. Corbesen 



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The Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department is one of the largest academic departments at Lehigh with about 250 under- 
graduates and 200 graduate students, of which 90 are full time. The CSEE curricula within the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences 
are credited in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Computer Science. These disciplines are central to the national effort to de 
with the issues of international competitiveness. They range from the fundamental design and theoretical aspects of engineering to computer 
nd informational systems required to manage and transform major production or administratively oriented enterprises. 

Active faculty review of the undergraduate program assures timely response to meet the demands of the rapid progress in our disciplines 
Equally important has been a recognition for the need to provide more opportunities for students to meet and work with faculty members in 
less formal settings. These include working with student organizations such as the IEEE student brance, the society's oldest, and an ACM 
Chapter. A faculty committee works actively to increase these interactions, with, for example, special orientation days for sophomores and 
with more activities of a similar nature. 

Computer facilities include two 3B15 superminicomputers and an N-Cube parallel processor, as well as sixteen graphics terminals. Beyor 

; are department Intel, Sun, Tektronix, Valid and Hewlett Packard work stations for both instructional and research use. This year two 
undergraduate laboratories have been started, a lab for sophomores and a digital signal processing lab. 



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Cii7i7 Engineering 




Department members are: H. Daniels, G. Dean, G. Driscoll, J. Egbers, H. Fang, /. Fisher, T. Huang, R. Johnson, C. Kostem, I. Kugelman (clwir), G. Lennon, 
L. Lu, P. Mueller, A. Ostapenko, S. Pamukcu, S. Pessiki, R. Sause, A. Sengupta, S. Slaughter, R. Sorenson, D. Van Horn, R. Weisman, j. Wilson, B. Yen 



Industrial Engineering 




Department members are: M. Thomas (chair), M. Groover, N. Odrey, ]. Wiginton, E. Zimmers, J. Adams, L. Plebani, G. Satln/anarayanan, G. Wilson, 
L. Burke, R. Storer, G. Tonkau, S. Wu 



The three years since the Class of 1992 formally joined the Industrial Engineering Department have been marked by consider- 
ble change and renewal. (The only constant is change?) The I.E. profession continues to evolve through events, people, and new 
echnology, which makes it necessary for us to respond by making adjustments to both our academic and research programs. 
Jew, young faculty have been integrated into our Department and have added greatlv to our research productivity. Laboratory 
Kilities in Mohler Lab have been augmented to take advantage of newer technologies in the additional space available. The 
department has enjoyed highly successful visits from both the ABET accrediting team and our very own Visiting Commitee. We 
ven did our share during Operation Desert Storm bv sending the Chairman (Professor Marlin U. Thomas) to serve in the Gulf 
egion ("When you care enough to send the very best.... !") 






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Department members lire: B. Avitzur, S. Butler, H. Chan, Y. Chou, /. Goldstein, W. Halm, M. Harmer, R. Hertzberg, R. Jaccodine, H. Jain, C. Lyman, 
A. Marder, G. Miller, M. Notis, R. Pearson, A. Pense, D. Smyth, L. Sperling, S. Tarby, D. Tliomas, D. Williams, ]. Wood 




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Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics 




Department members are: R. Wei (chair), R. Sarubbi, R. Benner, P. Bh/the, F. Brown, T. Delph, F. Erdogan, R. Hartranft, S. Johnson, A. Kalnins, ]. Knzakia, 
K. Leiy, A. Macpherson, /. Oivczarek, R. Roberts, D. Rockwell, K. Sawyers, G. Sih, C. Smith, G. Smith, T. Terry, D. Updike, 
\. Varley, /. Walker, G. Harlow, R. Lucas, S. Neti, T. Ozsoy, N. Perreira, K. Stephanoff, A. Voloshin, ]. Coulter, S. Advani 

The department completed it's transition in leadership this year, with Professor Robert P. Wei returning from his sabbatical 
I ve in Germany, as a recipient of an Alexander von Humboldt Award for a Distinguished U. S. Senior Scientist. Dr. Sunder H. 
■vani, who was Associate Dean of Engineering and Chairman of Engineering Mechanics at the Ohio State University, joined 
pugh in January 1992 as Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science, and as a tenured professor in our department, 
hring this year, Professors Edward K. Levy and Alistair Macpherson were on sabbatical leave. Professor Kyra D. Stephanoff, 
ccting to devote more time to her new family, resigned from the faculty in September. We regret her departure and wish her and 
ilr familv well. 

The most notable academic event this year was the increased number of design oriented assignments given in courses through- 
jc t the curriculum, and a re-orientation of the laboratory instructional program. Responses from students (and faculty) ranged 
t>m delight to dismay. As a part of this program, the first offering of a course in manufacturing processes was given by Professor 
Jin Coulter as a forerunner of a required course to be installed in Spring 1993. 

Under the direction of Professor John Ochs, the senior design presentations of some 23 projects went off smoothly in December. 
( particular interest was the group designing and, as of this writing, building a human powered vehicle (HPV) for competition in 
Jxrkton, California in April. This project was supervised by Professor Tulga Ozsov, with student leadership provided by Paul 
Izillo and Jeff Zemskv. The project received support from our industrial friends, local merchants and the Student Chapter of the 
Inerican Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). 

The Mini-Baja car has been modified. This project has been taken under the wings of the Student Chapter of the Society of 
Itfomotive Engineers (SAE). The prime movers are Phil Rush and Jim Diehl, working under the direction of Professor Ronald 
lirtranft. It is hoped that it will do well in the competition in Tennessee this spring. 






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From the Moment we meet our 
first roommate until the day 
we are handed our diplomas, 
the people we meet at Lehigh 
University will have a pro- 
found effect on our lives . . . 




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Living on Campus 



Crm life is an experience that most of 
ii student population has gone 
tjough during their freshman year, 
wing in a dorm takes a certain 
a'ount of talent and the skill is usually 
instered by the end of the year. For 
nnv, it is the 1st time they have ever 
■red a room with someone else and 
lApite Residence Life's best intentions, 
itj someone else genuinely has some 
trie and decidedly different living 
Ihpits. The first thing to learn is how to 
c npromise. For instance: 

He listens to loud obnoxious music. 
Vu buy him a set of earphones. 

He studies late at night and you like 
Ret to sleep. Hand him a flashlight. 
I He sleeps late and you're an early 
lj?r. Give him a lone ranger mask. 

You find articles of clothing missing 
frn your closet. Buy a lock. 



Of Course, this is just your roommate. 
In addition to him you have a floor full 
of people just like him. These dorm 
people have the following characteris- 
tics: 

- They are the 1st ones in the shower 
in the morning and the last ones out. 
Result? You're late to class. 

- They are the ones who tempt you 
with a beer while you're studying for 
an exam. Result? You have no will 
power, take the beer, and fail the exam. 

- They're the ones who burn some- 
thing, set off the smoke alarm while 
you're showering. Result? You're 
freezing outside in your bathrobe. 

Moreover, there are rules involved in 
Dorm living - certain facts of life that 
you must accept without question. 

- Stay away from the lounge t.v. at 



3:00 p.m. This is when the General 
Hospital crew stampede in and you 
could easily get trampled. 

- Hall meetings must be attended or 
people will forget who you are. 

- There is always a line for the shower. 

- There is always noise in the hallway. 

- No matter what dorm you live in, 
there is either an uphill climb or the 
building is 3 miles from the rest of the 
campus. 

So with all these headaches, why would 
anyone wnat to live in a dorm? Easy . . 

- No matter how bad the problems 
get, you know that eventually you'll be 
able to laugh at them 

- A comradery exists on campus and 
out of this comradery, true and lasting 
friendships grow! 

- You also have a maid! 




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Oragami Bandit & Detectives, "Poop" 

Buster, 6-pack friends forever, Beep 

beep beep . . ., Radar unlimited 

scoping, 90 min Dinner, 1 0-31 "Home" 

girls, Rush '92, Dunkin' Donut Queen, 

formal 91-92, Quiet Hours?, Sleigh 

Riding at Rauch, Beastie Boys, Classic 

Company, 90210 in 308, Birthday 

Cakes, H-syndrome, Secret Sweeties, 

WaWa rules, Long talks, Oh Duck, 

But I am quiet!, Engineers get your 

mind out of the gutter, 7-11 Queen, 2 

a.m. gyros, What's that smell, 

Montclaire Ave, NOT!, Aren't ya just 

scared!, Mud wrestlers, Chee at the 

Pelican, Who do you know?, Jadge, "I 

ain't not leavin this room", "It starts 

with an "f" and ends with an "arting", "To meet, To know, To love, To part", "What lies before us & what lies behiJ 

us, is nothing compared to what lies within us.", "Learn from yesterday, live for today, a dream for the future","Mctf 

friendship like wine improve as time advances and may we always have old wine, old friends, and young caresjl 




Trembley 5 

The brothers of ZEX, Limbs, Pat, the 

organization for Sexual preferences, I 

Never . . ., Zuts-Alors!, 4a.m. pranks, 

"Door - Knockers", Booger Messages, 

Sweet Caroline, Senior Week at Beta 

Sophmore year, The Gopher dance, 

"If my lips touch your lips, would you 

be pissed?", "Kick it on home Ace", 

"Wanna play Nintendo?", Richards 

B-3, Bubba's Pot Belly Stove, "I'll nail 

ya", "Sleeping with the Television on", 

Artificial insemination, Willie's 

Wonka, "The Love Shack", 2 girls 

wasted!, Phi Mu Omega, Doc gets lost 

in Trembly 5, Jens Doodles, Falling 

off the roof, Birdlike, he peers in the 

window, Chris gets the wrong guy, 

Jen's alarm clock, Stacy's possessed cable box - & Chris blaming it on Jen, Greek surveys, Jen - "oh I won't cut myself", 

Ball-o-fun, "You're no better than me", "It's like you're on the Enterprise", "Oh God, Ringer farted again", Cathy 

falling out of a window at Alpha Sig, Trembly 24 - on tap, The Beatles poster, "Men are peeing on my head", "You 

take a beautiful thing like licking a composite and turn it into something sick", Early morning suprise w/ the rents., 

Our rendition of "Memories", "I don't want to be Alone anymore", Illicit gryphon evaluations, "Buffalo Stance", "I 

could have changed the blue-eyed stud muffin", As for graduatting . . . We're faklempt! 

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left to right: Jennifer Economides, Cathy Chiavetta, Stacy Kleinert, and Christine Cobb 



M&MA-3 



oblem!, Ya Know?, . . Like it was my job!, Helloooo!, We're in a fight!. Wall, Fire! Drop & roll, Amy (dot . . . you're not!), Yo 
?wt!, The Burp Queens - AH & JN, 90210 - can't go out without it!, Oh gosh - I am missing Days!, Oh what a hall!, Ouija, Men are 

slime - they just have faces so you can 
tell them apart, Get a clue or get 
earplugs!, You can pick your nose & 
you can pick your friends, but you 
can't wipe your friends on the couch, I 
think I'm dying, I said what? I did 
that?, Stop slamming doors!, Window 
open, shade down, or window down, 
shade up, It is better on top, Corinne's 
naps - hibernation, Lehigh-Lafeyette! 
(Jumana), What's your roommate's bra 
size?, Co-ed slumber parties, I'm bitter, 
Lunch at 1:07 p.m., Who told you it is 
better on top?, The Jen's, Has anyone 
seen my wart?, Pardon me, but do you 
have any extra noodles?, Amy's cackle, 
We have better gryphons than yewh!, 
Kylie's flippers, Mer & Jen - "Did you 
hear that??", I drank pee!, You have 
blond roots! (I.D.), Cheryl's singing, 
Missy's alarm clock ritual, Missy's 
outfits, 307 hairballs, But I called! 





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Brodhead 6 



God does not deduct from our allotted 
life span the time spent drinking, 610, 
Who are they? Danny wants to be a 
dentist, Mickey's Big mouth, Biting the 
bull, James Cipolla did it!, Shut up you 
rubba!, What Fiero? What Lotus? What 
car? Crow?, Ed, back in the Hole - Nice 
laugh - You will hang soon!, "Hey let's 
give Renee a wedgie! - (Good idea 
Poodle), Karl, you take out the gryphon, 
What! What! Pi went to class? Pi beat 
Klinger on a test, I call Herman. This is 
my hut! Gina, Pi's not here go away., 
Spoon, Loche Peeke, Dake, Sue the 
Bimbo, Ted the certified idiot, Regina, 
and you Ozzy - R.I. P., Hell - Babe was a 
stripper on crack!, God bless Leigh Johns, 
he survived Mono, Lime, and the Gork, 
L.N.K. didn't we get rid of you, why are 
you here?, Shereif, you get three ques- 
tions - that's one, Please to make your 
sphincter gaping! I like Cheese!, Two out 
of three windows and counting, Not bad, 
Leigh Johns is not responsible for any- 
thing he does after 7:00 pm, he's been 
drinking, Shigamahoy. Dr. Rosenpeepee. 
Red Baron, They go to the bathroom 
TOGETHER?, It's OK Frank, don't jump, 
Bovines, Rice, Sex, trains, Drunks, Drink- 
ing & Driving, The day the Leigh's 
Cutlass burned, ouch quit it, Did anybody 
on this hall go to class today?, Is anybody 
graduating? Does anybody CARE!, See 
you guys in summer school, Yummy 
Yummy. The boobies, YEAH!, No more 
red death Andreas. Oi. Damn foreigners, 
Peter Pi "Engrish" I have another orienta- 
tion. Wa Was, I don't know, I don't care 
and I don't drink, Team Brooke, Scott, & 
Gregg, 22 bottles of Old Crow? what? 






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Richards A3 

150pts, "Could you just be a little louder, 
I don't need the sleep", I Luv U She! - 
Thanks for Everything Mom & Dad, 
Sheehan - Closet Alcoholic, Lenneeee, 
"It's called evil kid", IM Football 
Champs, HQ? Power Ratings, ABBUH! 
ABBUH!, Blooka!!, "Would you like to 
see our bathroom?", B-3, "Who's party- 
ing tonite?", "I'm never drinking 
again . . ." 











Tremblexj Park 



Shiny happy Trembley Park people . . ., 
Exciting Social Programs, Enlightening 
Educational Seminars, 50' Ice Cream 
Sundae, Skirmish USA, Skiing, Semi- 
Formals, Volleyball, Barbecues, Registered 
Parties, Social Hosts, Meal Plan not re- 
quired!, Suite Singles (with A/C!), 
Trembley Retirement Village (NOT!), No 
Wav . . ., Oh, stop!!, Belguim stress, Visits 
from Santa, Trembley - You've got the right 
one, baby, Uh Huh!!, RHC meetings, 
Trembley Park Zoo (NOT!), Who's this?!, 
It's Tremblev Man!, Trembley Park - the 
Gryphon's Retirement Retreat (NOT!), Did 
you ever have that "not so fresh" feeling?, 
"Thin", Bowling, Sexual Thumper, Tally 
Ho, Let's do Domey, Carlin - Watch that 
Hump!, Halloween Trick-OrOTreat for the 
Homeless, Stroklin', CMT, Trembley staff 
has PMS, John's seltzer-tonic explosion, 
Stanley's, 1 don't know - 3 or 4, Where's 
Frank 1 , Liquor License, Trembley Nite at 
the Ho!, Cut'er loose, Archie Bunker, 
Winnv, club Trembley - You're home away 
from home!!, Just some of the benefits of 
being an Apartment Dweller in Trembley 
Park!! 



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M&MB-3 

"It is 11:00 AM on Saturday: Do you 
know where Jacob is?", "Oh was that the fire 
alarm?", I Kill You!! - Sid, "Is that a Lysol 
torch in your hand or a beer funnel?", "please 
get tht girl out of my room"-Dave Belan, "She 
told me she was old enough.", MOSH!!, 
Rotceee!!, "Take me now beast.", "Wetzel 
enjovs lacey umbros", "It's legal in West 
Virgina.", "What, are you from Wall?", " I 
love you Maria.", "This lounge is a digrace!" 
-Rich Matty, "Wench!" - E.J. "Gimme, my 
towel back." -Brandon, "Show me your ass.", 
Alex at IO, "Oh, pledging won't be that 
bad . ", The Shoe song, "Deroscher / Sid / Bones 
go to bed or I'm writing you up." -Kurt/ Alex, 
"Vinnie, I love You, but you really hurt me, 
so I'm going back to Church", "Kurt, Can we 
play Nintendo" - the hall, Ray Powers for 
president, Small and Squid for low GPA, 
Josh Lane getting his underwear pulled down 
to his ankles, "I'm not drunk." - the hall, "Who 
blew on the carpet?" 





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Living Off Campus 



fter Freshman year, one has to decide 
here to live. Some choose to remain in 
mmitories; some opt for Greek life, 
tiother alternative is moving off cam- 
.is. Living on your own for the first 
ne is both frustrating and exciting. 
>r Instance: 

Your electricity bill is due but your 
inking account is quickly depleting. 

hi figure you can live without lights for 

week. 

You're a neat freak but your 

rusemates are slobs; you become a maid 

id clean up after them. 

While cooking dinner your kitchen 

•iling falls down, the day after your 

orm window blew away; you wish that 

Hied maintenace didn't only respond to 

le ring phone calls. 

Everyone you live with has a 9:10 
eluding yourself; you buy a lot of 
iseball caps. 

You lose vour key constantly, you wish 
iere was a gryphon to let you in. 

You can't cook, you hate to food shop; 
au learn to love pasta. 



However, there are reasons whv people 
decide to leave the safety and comfort of a 
dormitory for the trials and tribulations 
found in the housing ot the south side: 

- Although you may need to involve 
cooking, you do have a choice of meals 
besided grilled cheese, pasta, or a turkey 
sandwich and you don't have to dine 
between the hours of 5 and 6:30. 

- The annoying red light on your phone is 
replaced with an answering machine that 
can receive long distance phone calls. 

- There are no fire drills at 3:00 a.m. the 
night before a physics hourly. 

- Your space is greatly increased; instead 
of cramped in your dorm room you now 
have a whole house to use. 

- There's no need to worry about 
gryphons finding remants of a party in the 
recyclable bin. 

- You can live your friends wherever you 
want and not have to depend upon your 
luck in the lottery system! 





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445 Webster 

Puff -n- Puppies, Friday the 13th, Rozzi and 
the band KI, Dirty rush?, You are the most 
beautiful girl at the Funhouse, Beer Fights, 
Bear Bar and the summer 1991, Blind dates 
from HELL!, Surprise, Nancy!, Our 
roomates - Randi, Scott, Matt, & Jarrod, 
Excessive knocking, Houseshaking?, Ran- 
dom roomates, Hungry, Matt?, Do you 
hear water running, One big room - obvi- 
ously not, Lost keys, With friends like these, 
who needs enemies, Go shopping on the 
Hill lately, 70s corduroy decor, Cancun 
1990 - the wave, Jamie, where's your pocket 
book (2x)?, Being mean, Kiss much?, Match- 
maker, We need more clothes, Tight shirt 
contest every weekend, Do you like our 
neighbors, job wheel - a.k.a. camp, Where 
did these people come from?, 21st B-days 
(or 22nd), Greatest friends, Fondest and 
funniest memories, May the laughs con- 
tinue . . . 



510 East Packer 



WERT, JB, Mc'C", SALAMI, & DEENER. 
STUD of the WEEK is, I owned him, U- 
Haul, Pve crossed the threshold of 
drunkeness, "Paradise By the Dashboard 
Lights" is going to be our wedding song, 
TheChristeningCompetition,McG' didn't 
lose, Close is something about him, Who 
are the bouncers?, Rotate for Freshness, 
Times like this makes you want to smoke 
crack, You ain't a beauty, but hey you're 
alright, If Coors Light made you thin - I'd 
be anorexic, Did anyone call? - NO, Well, 
we did get robbed, Tom called - again, 
That will scar you, I want you to meet The 
Avenger, Tubes, The Strip Show, Next 
thing I knew - he was in my bed, Ask the 
Magic 8 Ball, Guess who was in my dream, 
Who broke the shower rod?, Hey, I made 
the front page of the B&W, I'm the other 
woman, Do you need a science back- 
ground to take the MCAT's, Yes Ben, we 
bought everything on the shopping list 
and we're still waiting. 

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(7 to r) Jody Klemer, Rachel Beck, Nancy Lesser, Jamie Alexander 




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541 Carlton 



eft to right: Rich Chu, Grant Hitchens, Joe Lee, and Marc Kobayashi 



I low does the burner work?, Speaker 
system, "You can make all the noise you 
want." Cat Tail, "Can I have another 
cookie, Grant? What are you making 
me?", How Ruuude., That's Foul., Dino- 
saurs showering., Reddog., "WOW!, A 
cooler of dry ice!, And, hey. • .it's packed 
in meat!", Turn it counter-clockwise., 
Insurance anyone?, The SCREAMER., 
"Sounds like someone's breaking in up- 
stairs.", Picture of the day./ "Marc, can 
we comb you?", "I had the strangest 
dream. . . I got a sign from God!", "You 
guys have a fireplace?", The WALL., El 
bobo de los bobos., Brownie throwing., 
Right Said Fred. . . Right Next Door., "Oh 
no, Just Like Heaven.", No soap radio. . 
. I don't get it., ELVIS SLEPT HERE., Bad 
luck w/checks. 




486 Birkel 

4 DChi groupies & 1 GDI under one roof, 
Great job putting the mirror up so precisely, 
Was that the phone?, G, must have got it, 
Study or the Mall?, Vicki's having a sale (S200), 
Rockwell is still on probation, Who's rolling 
on the floor w/ Al?, Get a room!, As shower 
serenades, Anyone seen S this weekend?, Nat'l 
Conspiracy to Piss Off G con't, Your Hunka- 
Hunka of Burning Love, But we're cute!, What 
did you make me for dinner?, You want me to 
try that, right?. Does Al still live here?, Who?, 

5 & B have sex twice a week with over 200 
people, Don't lick my toes now, I have to go to 
class, S, what's up w/ you & Tom?, You want 
to make us Cheesecake?, Who's cuter, the 
Dork or the Geek?, G, what did happen New 
Yr's Eve?, Megababes Champs, No future 
plans = More Options, B, learn any new mas- 
sages?, Whose house job is changing the ice 
cubes now?, Forbidden topics around the 
rents, Oct 12 - a marvelous dav to go to a 
wedding, B. A. G. AL's OUTT A HERE!!!, 
GOOD LUCK S FINDING A 5TH ROOMIE!!! 



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627 East Fifth 



Remember when they were painting Lehigh 
Lehigh brown and I walked into it? Blah 
blah . . ., Blake is a girl who is Roger's son! 
Mmm, filberts . . ., Don't tailgate?, Nuh uh!, 
We be where we be at! My yuckie . . ., 
There's no Chris Tull here! Kritten the hairy 
housewife, It's a beautiful day! What do 
you feed your babies? Whatevering . . ., I 
was a women crazed! Jay wobbles, but he 
doesn't fall down, Snickey, eezy, and 
watery, I have a big 'ol butter! Oops, I did a 
kritten! Never go shopping when you're 
hungry, The Chi Chi-ettes, You're the one 
that I want, you are the one I want, ooo, 
ooo, ooo, honey! I wonder what acorns 
taste like, Sara, please bring a trash bag 
with you, Anyone want a pumpkin? 5th 
Street Inn. 





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224 Warren Square 

Tins is 868-4242 your the caller, The call 
meister, callaroma, callinator, calloroni 
Leaving a message at the Beep . . . Beep. 
Hi, I'm BWENDA, Party Van, Guys like 
Boobs, Arsenio is a fool, Perky, Police - 
Caution Men working above, The FBI came 
and Took Meredith, Porky wants a brownie 
a la mode, Let's go minature golfing - 
Florida Fagots: You mean Putt Putt, Studs, 
Our dicks have gotten us 5000 things, Kids 
Rolling Down a Stream = SL1DERULE, 
Google, Get in there, Sexual Healing, No 
poking rule, MARCY'S Breakdancing 
lessons, You were robbed, January, He's 2 
feet tall and super brown, A women can 
run faster with a dress up than a man with 
his pants down, A man is like a drink - to 
be used and have fun with, Family Feud, 
Loonie, Meredith's 21st Blue Brothers ... I 
mean Travelers, Cafe Wha?, Vidhya 
Goldberg the token, Perry - the land of the 
lost!, Taxi races at 5:00 a.m.!, You'll Always 
be my AMIS, Why don't you just go! 



left to right : Victoria Voccdla, Jennifer Soch, Vidhya Rangaiah, Marcy Solomon, Meredith Brozost, 

Janice Ruhl 





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466 Birkel 



Bull Moose, Finsh that, Beirut Bash Airball 
. . . Bad Tude!, I'm so bitter, Fired up!, One 
question - Did you throw hip, If she calls - 
I'm not home, You're Not Good!, Gone, 
Whatever I want, What a goofy b, That 
Stinks!, Moot, Don't be a skirt, What a Butt, 
PDA, The Goose, #22, #24 . . .?, On the steps, 
on the bar, & a creaky floor, Oh yeah! 
Whipped! Squids, I'm a whale!, Be the 
Crispix, Every day is earth day, Crew, 
Waved off, Butt dumb, Butt clueless, Buy 
soap Meat, 3 out of 5, Where's Jim?, Stein, 
YLJ, Cool Whip & Mayo, R.T.'s in the dog 
house again, Run to the Border, That's 
awsome, Shoot the Boot, Stop Thief!, Mad 
Buick, Garbage Dogs, Mid October, SAM!, 
Dead Meat & Mashed Potatoes, Ho bound 




Sam, Steve Uftring, Marc Gesualdo, Jim Anderson, Pete Kling, R.T. Weber 



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( I to r) Andrew Fiala, Matt Daniels, Sarat Sethi, Rob Pixley 




431 East Fifth 



l to r) Liz Wagner, Kristen Blamble, Hollie Nottingham, Marissa Peters, Jill Adams, Amy Reinstein 



Scruffy, Matty -Bo, Grilled cheese, Check 
your voice mail Sarat, Cheers!, HO!, Rom 
151, PB], Prot Prickley, Did you t-t again 
Matt, M&M, Oh no, it's Mrs. Stoerrle and 
the monster!, Oodles of Noodles, Tunafish 
etc., Lehigh Chug!, Sinbad, Nice Shirt 
Andrew! NOT!, cocktails, call Jill, I'm 
good. 



419 Webster 

Sitting around the kitchen table with its 
checkerboard cloth amidst the remenants 
of our broken hearts & hearts we broke, 
the wine bottles & cigarette smokes-the 
pasta cooked 365 ways looking towards 
graduation with a glazed over gaze. Well 
90210 just ended so we go to get dressed- 
it's Thursday night at the Ho & we must 
look our best. The ensemble sets out with 
plastic cups in hand , filled with wine or 
beer from a can. Marissa starts singing or 
laughing & or so-Hollie joins in the fun but 
her eyes are searching for a foreign one. So 
we search high & low to find Mr. Right-for 
Amy there's a differnt one just about every 
night. Of this fickleness she often gets 
teased but Liz's crushes also blow in the 
breeze. Jill stands back & avoids such sin 
ever since she's gotten Ted's pin. Stacey's 
not one with wandering eyes but when 
she's intoxicated she calls out "I love you 
guys." She means us of course as we dance 
to Brown Eved Girl-we laugh & sing with- 
out a care in the world. Kristen rarely 
comes to Ho-so over bagels we tell her of 
our woes. Weekly dinner at 6 & coffee' til 
8-living all 7 of us has been really great., 
On May 31 it comes to an end, but we'll 
always have these memories of being such 
great friends., Oh What a year - let's end 
with a laugh, a hug, a tear. With love, With 
friendship, Luck and Laughter , , , 

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C - 4 DRAVO, Basia, Crystal Light Shots, 
Kevin's Kookies, I don't think I am going 
out this weekend, Black outs, 5:30 - Dinner 
at Rathbone, Roomate gun, Landlord with 
no life, Chase quarters and Steve Miller, 
Thursday Parties, The Host who had the 
Most, Hook-up Guder, LOSER!, Green 
Sweater Caper, What is it - Get it out!, 
Mari's on the phone guys, I'm nauseous in 
my chest, The Cave, Lean Pocket, Bagel, 
Yogurt Dilemma, Smelly Stuff, Campus 
Pizza - always, The Moose, The Wrath of 
Ellen, Hayrides - dates who can't hold 
their liquor, I'm going to the Ho, but I'm 
only going to have one beer!, Dishwasher - 
will it suck the water out?, WAVE CHUG!, 
Christmas Carols, 30 below cigarettes, 
Pushy - outy, Babs by night, Sunrise tails 
at the Trembly Brothel, Rule #1, Pledge 
program at Birkel, Brothers get a key, 
Graduating Stress, It's probably the 
caffeine, 87 and counting . . . 





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421 Webster 

They're cheating, they always roll the high ones - spoiled brats!, OK, wo burnt something, Walk the cat, Don't Condoms 
cost $30?, My shoes are more expensive than my feet, Running partners, 1 lead first, that's how we crawl through the vent, 
2 glasses - there's definitely a boy upstairs, Beef Teriyaki at the Tarrytown Marriot - Mmm!, 137 Blonde jokes, Sue's got 

a single, Kissing Bandits, Was Janet Jackson in "Dances With 
Wolves?, Elephants are to big to get colds, He's a womanizer? 
He's bald for God's sake, Go 'head, hit her!, Me and my 
memories? What are you a schizophrenic?, The Llewellvn 
formal tackle, You can't walk on a golf course in high heels, 
1-800-AXQ-FOOD, Perk up Spanky, I Hilary will find a re- 
treat to go to, Thank God there's a John and a Sean, God came 
to near to Bryan, Who put these boxes back here?, 2 left hands, 
"Oh my God! They ransacked her room?!", Thursdays at the 
Ho - after 90210, Who is Jen tonight?, Seduce your ex's best 
friend, Come closer? No talk faster., The air mattress, Straw- 
berry love oil, I don't remember saying this, Jen!, Thermostat 
wars, Hey - CALL ME, Emotionally deficient, She dared me, 
Music to fool around bv", love Thorton, Alarm? No - 
Stairmaster., I'm takin' the oj - Deb will freak, Miss you, Jen 
and Beckles! 




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318 East 5th 

Noellita, Medge, Deeg, Gooz, Mely, 
Bart, and Aggie-, Haya Duin?, LMT, 'nt, 
Sorraaayy!, butts on Bart's roof, SFT, 
Boo and Stubbs - Bronx Zoo, How's 
boo?, Coffee Tald with 318, like butta!, I 
am VERKLEMPT!, Ah Ma Gaw!, Tawlk 
amonst ya selves, Don't d— k me now, 
Sue!, Don't turn on me, Alison, This is 
ya fatha cawlling!, Viper, William/ 
Willimena, A.F.O., Bodi & Keanu, 86 
CENTS!, shotgun, Shornti, puck, dank, 
needs to be boiled!, Katie's spit valve, 
F.O.T., Perkin's, You know Michael, Pole 
Pos!, Meg - "all the key people", rutti 
toot, da to doo, neetna nee, Doug, Silver 
- not-so-great, nutrifarts, duke sign-ins, 
old men on the porch, Ott-Shut up, Boo!, 
It's gonna be a long night!, Lola Falana, 
TCBY, And, some things you's never see 
at 318 - Noelle at McDonald's, Mel 
unorganized or without a list, Katie 
waking up at Lehigh, Meg making a 
decision, Bart cleaning up, Ali being 
selfish ("the martyr"), Deir not analyz- 
ing, Later for you!, Love always, 318! 




Susan Bartlett, Noelle Yaeger, Megan Ayer, Katie Doherty, Ali Degennaro, Melissa Campinell 



The Suite 

Station, Suite parties in stereo, Lipper, 
How Suite it is, Suite Emotion, Suite 
Caroline, Fraz (in heat), Downward 
spiral, Thank God I'm a Suite Member. 





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LCR & Bird 






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618 Pierce 




left to right: : Raj Butani, Daae Ciotti, Vin Keane, Charles Norman, Craig Pelletiet, Karl Willard 



Who drank my milk!, Bagel Chips, Her- 
maphrodite Hotlines, Here's to the 
Sweeper, O Cregger, you're so COOL, 
Julie's Enlargement, I'm so loaded, THE 
ETERNAL KEG, The "K(R)EG-TOSS", 
Incredible, THE HOODLUMS, may they 
live forever, I can't get op, Tiedye toilet, 
Wonkababy, Raj's whorehouse, "Was that 
at our 7th party or 8th?, Drunk Finals 
Period, Sopositories or Stewed Prunes, 
Marshall, Will & Holly, 4.0 - There's 
Always Hope, I hooked up with the 
ANTICHRIST, Eternal Basement Beiruit & 
Beerscum, CAROL, Jay 'n' Pete, Powers, It's 
my party and I'll Blow if I want to, TO 
HULKHOGAN & GARDENING, (where's 
Vin), Shroom - King, The Jerk, Disorderly 
House $600 FINE, Mr. Jones' Baked Goods, 
Jos~e, Drunk Steakums, Crap Meetings, 
We'll see What happens, Mt. Garbage, 
Where boys sleep on boards, Dave Miller/ 
Cal Baker, Raj & his Horny Sororitychicks, 
Chuck D, karl's drunk Plato, The list never 
ends, WE'VE HAD A GOOD TIME, SOME 
DAY WE'LL LOOK BACK AND NOT 
UNDERSTAND ANY OF THIS. 




218 East Fifth 



He won't stand still., Bagels and Maddog., 
Mr. Policeman, could we have our baithing 
suits?, Hey Heather, where's the fire?, 
Carey and Donna - cuffed and canned at 
the courthouse., Married and arrested on 
the same blocked., St. Luke's Emergency 
Fest. Patch., It never worked, Spiderwoman 
Williams, Did anyone pay cable, phone, 
gas, or rent?, Take a lesson from a man 
who knows !, I love to scrub the tub, Can 
we stauwt the game?, I can't believe it's not 
Chinese food, No peripheral vision, Ace- 
hoe, Big-bidnedid, Look kids he just said 
hello, Four-seasons Heather, Re-tardy men, 
Donna Johnson's Valentine's cushion, Blue 
Hawaii's and Flying Beef, You can smell it, 
You can set your drink on it, Please don't 
ever move me, Wo's buying t.p.?, Drive 
safe, Use Adverbs. 



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The Notorious Nine of Alpha Phi"AO Kitchen"Rug Burns"Guest and Chapter Rooms** Dude** Rude** Uch! 
"Smart** Mating Calls** Nice Slit, Hi . . ! **Shhh** The Ghost** Where's the Remote? "Beginning of the 
End**Whose Dishes? **Where's Lori? **Hi, I'm from Hillel** Chocolate Sauce** Shakedown Street . . over & 
over**Which Peter? "Mike x 2**Holy Cross**Snuffaluffaguss **Shower Much? "A's gel**Scratching "Lon- 
don, Italy, D.C. & girls of the WAR**Spring Breaks**Muhl Boys**Mashing w/Ziz** Headband?! **Z! **Flout*» 
Sex Lies** Monte's** Chicken w/lighter fluid**How much spaghetti? **Nuked fork**A's cookies**Who didn't 
pay $20? **Archie **You could . . **ZZZ in airports** Sick in Globe Times**Ho in Backyard, Hill . . . NOT! "R's 
lists**Tag team masks**Clam List**I am not a theif** Illegal Amy**DU tap thieves** Ern!! **Witch Birkel** 
Missing Link**The Boys**Snore much? "Dairy Products** Fag Magnet** Blind Date Queen** Chamber Maid- 
**Not It**There is no is not** Is New England a State? "You ruined it**Caught in the Shower** Rap**Twins do 
everything together** Whatever**Cheez Whiz**Whipped Cream**The Middle of the End**Health Center Hyster- 
ia**The Formal Date that won't go home"Blondies for Sale**Cake Police** Sibling Rivalries** Crank 
Calls"Red" Doubling Up! **VS Queen**Phone Shrieking** Bathroom floor Breakdown** Tongue in ear- 
**Whoa! Cowgirl**High, Bid day**Red Boots**Date w/SAM**aFair w/ Mart**Backward Boxers** Wanna go to 
the Ivy Ball of '89? "Escape to Richards** Dinner Dates** Undelivered Pin"Never Emotional**Like, do you 
know what I mean? "Anachrophobia "What should I wear? "Weather tomorrow? "Bonnie Winnoker" 
Linderman Escape**Lost Strings "Period Complaints"Anal . . . NOT**If he kisses me, I'll puke! "Lotta 
Lips"8:00 am at Golds"! just lied**Present in the john"UGI" Plumber**MRS degree** Puking manners** 
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470 Birkel 

"Guys, we need a blurb for this.", Who 
keeps turning the heat up?, Who keeps 
turning the heat down?, 
"EEEEOIOIOINGGG" "Comfortable (Kum- 
4-table)", Size 7, EAGLES< It's the rat, 
Quality (Kwalety), "OHH MANNN!", 
Chocolate babies, I'm in haven . . ., 
Shaboing Shaboing, Cheese, You Guys 
need anything from Rickel?, DITKA - The 
Bears, The Keys, Pappus & ED, Genesis, 
Spot Weld, This is the most important play 
of the game, They Don't Wanna Win!, The 
house with balls!, She could . . . 




Left to Right:: Eric Kelly, Karl Klinger, Mike Kijesky, Craig Rothe, Bill Candy 



547 Hillside 

The kissing bandit, Kathy Smith hour - Be 
Somebody, All My Children, Mindy's early 
class - 1 pm, 549 - we hear it all, Who's 
driving to Gamma Phi?, Keg pyramid - the 
unknown kegolator discovered, Deiter 
Bros, again, 4 pm nap-NOT; the band's 
here, The other men, All the way to 
Trenton for a picture?, To all the butts in 
this house, Pretzels and Ranch dip at the 
'Ho, Dog biscuits pretzels, Lesley's new 
sweatshirt - compliments of the 'Ho, I 
thought you said "Rip it", Does he know 
it's his sweatshirt?, For 4 years I've always 
been open. I've never been closed., It got 
dirty from dirt, Judy Jetson, christmas 
trees, and Paula Abdul, We could have 
class near the Hot Dog store, officer, 50 
orders of wings and curly fries-GONE, 
CDCDCDCD?, Did you get the milk? - 
Yes, Yes, Yes!, Lunch at the Bone!, Taken- 
NOT!, The best year - and we shared it 
together! 




left to right:: Christine, Tracy, Moe, Lesley, Mollie, Mindy 



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464 Birkel 



Left to Right : Erica Fingar, Susan Betts, Leann 
Terrell, Melissa Yu, Lisa Landino, "Zoe" 




The big 2-1? No, the 8th!, He's just bitter 
b/c he's short, Sex and 4play, Blind dates, 
We can't go back for Melissa, we got the 
goods, I give him a 9 for artistic impres- 
sion, Chico called, Yes, that is a Chia pet, 
A Diamond lasts forever, but so does 
styrofoam & it's a lot cheaper, Where are 
all my messages?!, Gee Erica, sorry 1 
threw you across the room last night, 
DENIED!!, 75 points - yeah, free 
McDonalds, Guess who I saw today . . ., 
Smokey & the Bandit, Oh, I don't want to 
leave, the bed's too comfortable, Are 
you in a good mood, Because you will be 
when you open the door, Who put the 
bagel crumbs on the floor?, Gee, I don't 
know Erica, how do you make LI ice teas?, 
I'm lactating pink - How do you do that?, 
Who put the sponge in my bed?, I dis- 
posed of him, Shot for shot, Is there 
anyone here who lives here?, If it is not 
happening, you gotta end it some how, 
Who ate my sub!, Are you guys all from 
the same pledge class?, Watch out Susan, 
it's Karaoke night, Nocturnal Fish, Suzi 
Chapstick, The ski team called, Duck Pond, 
This song reminds me of a Dead concert 
even though T've never been to a dead 
concert, (even though it's Van Halen) 



492 Birkel 

Yonder!, Last of the Bitzes, JT & Nickel's 
line dance, Explosions, nanananaFAT 
MEN!!, Sandy, Ramona, Damris is dead, 
Dirtv dish rag, Halloween Costume?, Hair 
Triplets, BucaBuca, WR Queens, 11/15/91 
at 6:45 (yes, you Suz), Lunch at the bone, 
We're too sexy for this class, Saaalad!!!, 
Kabasi, How do you make lo mein?, Jen- 
Shut up!!, Left Cheek and the Right Cheek, 
Positive Attitude, It ain't hip when your 
mom is on the trip, 19 flights, Slim&None 
and Slim & Young, Toxic Waste Dump!!, 
Jen, where am I?, We're so cool, we're so 
old!!, Nicole fell in the ditch, Rice Cake 
sandwiches and coffee snarf, coffee filter??, 
Your fist, The Annex, Hey, do you want to 
get hooked on phonics?, That's what we 
should name the dog! FANTASTIC!, The 
snipper annex, Suzanne-Ill fax you, Why 
are you wearing a turtleneck when it is 60 
degrees out?, Midnite taxi service, Happi- 
ness is a full tank of gas, an empty hamper, 
and a 32oz screwdriver!, To the bar with 
us!, Finally!, Mixing the tunes at 3AM, 
Meanwhile, back at Bitzdom . . .Suzanne, 
Nicole, JT, Jody, and Bill. . .Gumbv, Nickel 
Pickel, Duckdong, DJ Jazzy Jen, Yince, etc. . 
.Later. 



■:ft to right: : Hop) Nicole Nolas, Bill Doyle, Jennifer Thorns, (bottom) Suzanne Liebman, Jody 
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With Ourselves 

We're playing who?, Softball (18-4), Bowl- 
ing (13-4), Basketball - '89 Playoffs, Sweet 
Caroline, Good times never seemed so 
good, Boxer short stair, Diving, The Sprin- 
kler, Texas Smoke, Losers on the Beach, 
Kamikaze Citrus Coolers, Busch Pound- 
ers, (Beirut at) 438 Birkel, Pyramid bullshit, 
Free Fallin' with A.C., Down the stairs by 
my tongue?, Jackpot Bowling, Wednes- 
day Night wings, Rotisserie Baseball, 
Spring Break '92, The Toilet Alarm, The 
rat, BeefaRoni, Emerald couch, Jeremy's 
Cake, Where are you Graham?, The Diner 

from Hell, Heart Hi, How Are YOU? Heart, Jeanne, they're hurting me!, The birds are chirpin', JR, you're babbling, 
Care, He's not here Tom, 50 dollar camcorders, I don't need to talk to you Jerky! 



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313 East Fifth 



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cardholder, Jill - your music is TOO 
LOUD, Kim - endless games of pool, 
The Bar is closed!, Gil - What's on your 
nightstand?, mmm salad, Mich - 
endless interviews and soon a new 
Prelude, Dori - Any messages?, They 
ALL called, GNO, Hey Dey, SWAK^ 
Little Man Tate, I Looove choc, milk, 
Another free dinner, silent chapter 
member, crank calls (star 69), horse - 
shoo-fly pie, Who has kitchen?, What's a parlour fee?, leaky roof, 6 mustards in the frig, Dude maan, The walls ARE TOO THIN, 
Parties at 313, The hostess with the mostess, Poconos & the rice crispie treats from hell, NY Senior Pledge Trip, Mardi Grad 
maddness, "What do You want for those beads?, Kissing bandits, Spring Break in Fla, Thanks Alpha Phi, We Love Us!!! O Those 
Memories . . . 





left to right: Heather lawley, Jill Silver, Gillian London, Dorian Elton, Kim Phillips, Michelle Parker 



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488 Birkel 

One drink does not a drunk person make, 
Doesn't amtter where you get your appetite 
as long as you come for dinner, Piss off!, Is 
that Art Garfunkel?, Gree Week 1989(M), 
Oct. 27, 1989, March comes in like a lion 
and goes out like a lamb(c), Long - hair 
hippie surfer dude, HUA! HUA!, I love a 
man out of uniform, I'm toasted, I'm in 
stereo (giggle - giggle), Greek Week 1990, 
Eco 1!!, I hate the woods, Greek Week 1989, 
Engr, 1, Tequila shots, That's redundant, 
redundant, "Carry me.", Toga party, twister 
party, 21!!!, Dangly earrings, Butt pinches, 
Hi, how are you?, EWWW!, Yum - my!, 
Whose dishes are in the sink? The lunch 
that was fate, Careful, the porch may 
collapse on you, Ten o'clock boogie hour, 
Push -ups, Landlord from hell and beyond, 
Sledding at 4AM, Funky pants, "The Work 
Wheel", We're Whitless!, Where are all the 
glasses? 




232 East Morton 

The Brothel, Here's to seeing triple, sleep- 
ing double and being single, Through the 
years, It's all a game, My Perogative, Big 
O, A tastes of honey is not worse than 
none at all, Les Miserables, Camelot, WR 
to formals, Oh What a Night, The 8 Ball - 
Are you lying?, Beer wench, See that 
window?, You've got me hotter than 
Georgia asphalt!, Bahamas '91, Romping 
thru the marshes, All the Meat, Rum 
Punch (150 proof), Buttercup, bobby 
McGee, They'll say one thing, do another 
and think something else, Pink Flamingo, 
The A-Sexuality Club (Pres & VP), 
Murphy, The BBQ, breaking sown the 
door, To the Ho again, Cuz I'm the Wan- 
derer, We're so cool, we're so old!, nick- 
names, Save up all your tears, Lay me 
down in the tall grass,d Mardi Gras '92, 
I'm available, the rest is up to you, big 
icecubes, Hmm, Hmm, Good!, West Palm, 
I love us!, I've loved these days, It's so 
hard to say goodbye. 



Left to Right: : (top) Michelle Marquart, Linda Yaverbaum, Ruth Lepley, (bottom), Christine Granda 

Sonal Goodluck, Beth Croshaw 




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DJ Dana, Jazzy Joan, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, YeeHa, Savage, 
Didi, Who Broke the stool, hey! Hail Fiji, The Shell Couch, Who has the 
nothing book? How big are your breasts? 547-we can hear you too, 
Boing, Boing, Boing, At-ti-tude, All I want for Christmas is my 2 front 
teeth, Club MTV - Zep Fest - Joy & Pain, Stop the Bunny, Ssshhhhhhh! 
No Bucks on the hill, 861-0440, Do the Marcia, I will show all of you on 
Spring Break - yeah right Stef, No Hace Sol por una semana, Where'd 
you go for break - Diet Camp? NO HOLDS BARRED!, Sadie week in Key 
West, Religion doesn't really matter after all. AOBye Bye, Coconut 
Amnesia - Big Daddy - Jetset to Sunset, House of Chains, Uncle Bart - 
Watchowski, Word of the Day, Permanert, Shots out the Window, 
Locked out of the retreat, Mr. Drucker - We're not worthy! You're such a 
Brenda, B-C-D, Who dat? Why don't you get a hobby?(vou need one!), I 
THINK I'M GOING TO BREAK UP WITH PAUL! Spindoctors '92 - Two 
Princes, I will survive! My boyfriend is a florist, I don't even have to take 
off my jeans, Dana, I don't think we'll ever know Marianne, You have 
such nice hair - why do you dye your roots dark? Do you need any help 
getting home? Styx & the Beach Boys at Fiji. The Loser List - 101 ways, 
Keanu - what a waste!, When are we going to Reading? The same day 
we go to Altantic City and Great Adventure, Larry Holmes Commedore 
Inn, Jessie - We've missed you, but it's still as if you lived with us, Like 
Sand through the hourglass, so were the Days of Our Lives, And tomor- 
row, we'll take you away to Another World! 




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541 Hillside 

Scandal, Scandalous, Dos Dolls, Dos 
Fingers, Carrotsucker, The Big Toe, p.69, 
Slam Hanley, Dartmouth, Witte's, "I'm just 
having a casual freak - out", Trophy hats, 
Yoda, Powerful, Slap & Kiss - enough said, 
Blackboard antics, Skelly costumes - Vos's 
wipe- out, "How does a red neck propose?, 
YER WHAT?!", Super 2 News, Family 
meals, "Vos, you have such a great voice, 
Not!,", Tone & Deaf, Fun friends from 
home, Flock, "Do you want to see my bags" 
Lentz called, again, The gourd, Mad Libs, 
Squirt guns, Birth of Words, "Pass me the 
tap, it's my house", "A man drove me to 
drink, and I never had the courtesy to 
thank him.", Lips, LIPS, lips, lips, Truth, 
Linderman?!, Us - "WE want a drink.", J&J - 
"Don't you think you've had enough?", Us - 
" We want more than enough!", We Miss 
You Mary, Party trick, Norm and the 
pumpkin pie, There I was in the Congo, 
Churn the butter and back again, We are so 
FUN!, Yagermeister, Mad Dog & Velveeta, 
Burger King on Fridays, Fun week, Dinner 
party, Candy necklaces, Pinning, Hotties, 
Sleepovers, Love beads, Kirt, when's 
recycling day?, 541 bonding, "We're never 
going to survive unless we get a little 
crazy.", Becky's contracts, Pat, WHAAA, 
"Study like you are going to live for eter- 
nity and party like you're going to die 
tomorrow! 





202 Living 



Top to Bottom: Kristin Vosberg, Liz Radler, Kristin Webber 
Leslie Embree, Rebecca Hanley, & Heather Sange 




413 Adams, Apt. D 



Left to Right : Nancy Roberts, Cindi Laufen, 
Alison Cantor 



Freshman year, MMA2, Nan & Cin, in 
N.Y.C., Ali's swinging single, Where's the 
third one?, J.B., First night on the Hill, so 
good, key sweet, Hulk man, the girl who 
threw up is in our pledge class?, The Three 
Mouseketeers, riA<J> groupies, Lehigh - 
Lafayette, AXii - Alpha pledge class, 
Random, D.C. days, AH "it was an 
outerbody experience" our 4th - Sam, our 
5th - Jimmy, popcorn, money shows, hold 
hang - up hold, Jamaica Spring Break, Nan 

- mono, we missed you, Unlucky Ali, 
Fancy Nancy, Little Feat - fell asleep, The 
Hamptons, SMAGS, Deutsch monger, 
Nancy leaves= Cindi's disaster, Jimmy 
Jam, Jack the Ripper, they always come 
back, Wizard of OZ - not, Did you see 
anyone good?, Wegtebles, Crivalero's, 
Farmhouse parties, It's spring let's drink 
party - PLF, R.S. - We have your jeans!, 
Greg the riA pledge, Hilton Head, The Hill 

- Junior year - Exec board, He's got a dog's 
name, blind date bowling - Ali duped 
again, Cindi - London, Nancy - D.C., Ali - 
home alone, 413 Adams St., take the 
couch!, We should charge you rent space, 
Ali falls again, This is jeopardy, Bid day 
'92, Cindi's stitches - pulled a Vicki, is it fat 
free?, yogurt fix, Wawa, Friends from day 
one, Here's to D.C. and N.Y! 






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204 Living 



Living in a Sorority 






Top Ten Reasons to live 
in a Sorority House: 

10. Spacious, unique shaped rooms! 

9. Eating in Rathbone 

8. Gourmet Chef 

7. You won't have to go to the 

Fitness Center to ride the 

Stairmaster! 
6. All the privacy one could want. 
5. 44 defferent wardrobes to choose 

from. 
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know that a door is proped. 
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2. Always a man around when you 

need one. 
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Alpha Chi 
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Bid day '89, Chug off at ATQ - Andrea 
Chug Champ, We like peeing in the 
woods, Do your ten commandments, We 
miss you Gnewch!!, Mad Dog & Crow, 
Boxers - Bra swap, Derby Days Champs 
'89, Scavenger Hunts through Bethlehem, 
Carey and the Derby Days captains, Laury 
Street basement with blindfolds, flash- 
lights, and spit, Condom - o - grams at 
campus, What's that in the toilet?, Run as 
fast as you can and don't stop, Trust your 
sisters, Pledge bolt to Penn State and 
Syracuse, Spray painting anyone?, Alex 
Kauper slept out, Party with those beers 
on your head, Andrea's "red" eye, King of 
Prussia Mall - What a pledge trip, Cheese 
- a - laras Formal '89, " I want to be a 
lifeguard" & winning, "I think 'em big & 
stupid", The Adams Family, Keg Hunt 
Champs, My very favorit thing, Is your 
pledge pin on your bra?, One - shot 
Kerner, I lost my pledge pin the 1st day, 
SMAGS, The midnight wacker, The 
Waiters, Veal Parm, Krista's Vet, Spanky 
watching Heather boot, It's 6:05 and 
dinner's over, AXQ. pubnight, Has anyone 
walked home from SMAGS?, Stirfry and 
Sauerkraut, Blindate blurr, Anyone want 
to clean a bus?, Fowl weather party, $1200 
pillow, The Love Shack, AE<J> Pledge sway 
& Trey's giraffe, pregnant bus driver, 
puzzles, Them people on the bus, 



Don't pee on the chair, Pre - rush shcs, 
Ted Sabarese - won't you be our neig] 
bor?, Darrina, Friday the 13th, Romk 
Pizza, K'O' Bassi's, Cheese - laros tak 
2, Beta!!, Name that sister, Bubble gu 
- ummm!, The uniform, Baseball hats 
red & green - did you shower, Lyre oil 
pledge shirts, Cleaning the hill, pledf 
meal fasts, Where's Gretchen?, Kim - 
What's SNW?, I want to go abroad, 
Alex, pass out much, Jamie showing 
some skin, Is it mandatory?, Amy crn; 
queen 1990 - Like who won?, CY jum- 
ing, Where's our party? Oh, Delta Ph 
Green slime, skinny dipping, SMAGf 
sucked, Hill bound, sucking up the cot!, 
could the rooms be any smaller?, An-J 
other tee - shirt?, Grease - only Kim -ill 
make it!!, HO bound!, I thought you kd 
to be 21 to be at the HO?, Moat jumpig 
at FDQ, Webster Street, et al., everyjie 
has a single, Man of the week, "I nevi - ", 
Do you like your neighbor, 90210 - 
never too old, Amy fills in for Carey, 
Halloween blinddate, AXQ. High schcl 
prom, Have you read the bi-laws, kid', 
Fines, I want to go abroad, The end f 
the beginning, We've only just begun 
Best of Luck and lots of Love, To the! 
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cream fight, My perogative, prune juice 
scare, jigsaw from hell, Viking dinner at 
Phi Sig, Grover, Britt is it, 6 AM running, 
squirrel overboard, sober Greek Week, F- 
ing pie, Carlyn falling, sleepoveer at the 
library, Grandma got run over by a 
reindeer - NOT!, We make the best 
whores, green the grain, BITZ's live, 3rd 
floor thief, Joy and Pain, We are outta 
here, bag - O, asti spumanti, Phi Kap' 
sleepover, Spring Break '90, Sophomore 
pledges rule, Volk says: "I'm sorry, I'm 
sorry . . .Hi, everybody!" We drop our 
bloomers . . .broccoli, the Penn game, 
Through the years, Solid Gold dancers, 



Halloween at ATQ, and floor thief, Wh 
sorority you be?, vernal equinox, 
thirtysomething, Let's be festive!, Oh V 
a Night!, If the pledgemaster chugs so sal) 
the president; Grim, Karin, & Kellie-go 
but not forgotten!, We suck their wee - 
lunch munch at the bone, salad, we arejo 
cool - we are so old, House of Salad, th 
Brothel, Bitzdom, the redemptions, Let 
talk about sex, Sweet Caroline, Senior sps 
Thursday (and everday) at the HO, Daliis 
is DEAD, Oh WHAT a Night, job for jcl 
Rockin' Robbins, KDR at Lafayette, BB<jat 
the Brothel, Senior Losers in the House 
the retirement of Autumn - our fearless 
leader, I wanna go to B-E-T-A, Thanks 
AGD - we'll miss you, but no BYOB foi 
me! We are the alumni - we make the 

fly . . WE ARE AND ALWAYS WIl|, 

BE: Cara (Beer Wench), Suzanne (Uh-I|\ 
Gumby), JT (Duck Dong), Nicole (Nickj.), 
Finn (TOT), Dana (DanaDane), Carolyi 
(Sweet Caroline), Autumn (Grover), 
Nancy (Jewel), Janice (Fang), Barb (We; 
sel), Beth Ann (Weener), Tina (Carkas), 
Maryelyn (Mare), Deb (Debbige), Stepl 
Lauren, Missy, Liz, Cathy, Jody, Carlyi 
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Seeing triple, sleeping double, stayingi 
single, Asexual - maybe not, "Miscomiu- 
nication is the key to all relationships" 
Overlap!, What can you do with pop 
rocks?, Ballroom dancing, Sloth, Who] 
Dan Quayle?, The Red Bomb lives onlfc 
The Fiji Rats, It's a stupid holiday!, Te.n 
Firm is #1 , JoAnn's poor son, 
"ACKSHOEN!", He was lovin' you!, LJ 
and Laura's word for the week:sssves|| 
Buddah and Woobie, Erin and Sara - tne 
to update the LIST!, ABBA, Alpha BetT 
Chi, Rushing in polyester, Disco, "Oor 
Jou- jou! ", "She's a transplant student'' 
3:00, G.L. Crew, Bonnie Raitt late nigh 
Thurs night sledding in baby pooles, lie 
Final Four, Wanna play cards?, The Wigs, 
Who's got the card?, It's nap time!, It's! 
fresh like spring, you want to sing!, 27! 
1=0, Coffamoto, We are family, I'm sicM 
this - I'm taking off on my Harley, Carl 
pus Pizza & Gene's - can I have some ukt 
with my rum?, Halloween falling out IjL's 
window, Foreigner concert - lost our | 
binoculars - 1 need to use my car phon I 
recognize that man on the front page - 
don't worry, he's been dead for 2,000 j 
years, Let's go there - Let's not & say vfc 
did - let's not even bring it up, Valentiis 
from one's so dear to our hearts, Electm 
& Photon come in, This button is for ejat, 
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Alpha Phi Senior's Last Will and Testa- 
ment: 

We leave to Popeye (M.G.) a whistle, to 
Toast (K.W.) an open tab at the HO, to 
Saint (A.D.) a room at the White House, to 
Bubbly (A.B.) a wake - up call, to Limbo 
(G.L.) a cheese grater and a lunch with 
Janine and Louise, to Reverse (D.E.) a 



membership to a Men's Athletic Club, 
To Soon (K.P.) Cinderella's curfew, to 
Pepper (M.P.) a pink world, to Senses 
(H.L.) a date with John Travolta, to 
Skeeter (J.S.) brevity, to roadside (R.F.) 
list - less day, to Dumbo (L.V.) P.D.A., 
to Other (L.F.) an unrequested gift, to 
Buck (R.D.) a formal date, to Guilty 
(M.H.) dance lessons, to Purity (L.H.) a 
year supply of WaWa dogs, Sunkist am 
hot fudge, to Granny (A.G.) a fashion 
consultant, to Casanova (Amy G.) a 
tanning bed, to Swap (J.Z.) "O" What a 
Night, to No Boots (C.R.) a life with- 
out lace, to Fireman (B.R.) a clue, to 
Wheels (L.B.) a stick - shift 
Winnebago, to Ditto (J.R.) and Captain 
(M.K.) life - time slush funds. 
REMEMBER: Christina and Little 
One, Copacabana, NYC, Wendy's, 
"Where's Gilian?", A Phi kitchen - 4am, 
our shrubs, When in doubt . . .Martha 
Foote Crow, Can't beat PHIling, ABGE 
. . . START OVER!!, Alpha Phi come 
party with me, let's go up and see my 
loft, Toucan Sam, Operation Rutti 
Toot, The ivy in its silence says what 
we long to say in our hearts, because 
as each ivy leaf is linked, so are we as 
sisters. 
P.S. To the class of '93, WHO TOLD??? 




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Class of 1992 Last Will and Testament . . . 
PAM: SORRY, do you mind if we leave 
you an apology?!, a book of answers. LIZ 
Q.: a vacant room in D.G., "That's thrill- 
ing!". ALAYNA: her front seat, a Kami- 
kaze shot, a new phone, 26 hours in a day, 
a Kieso and Weygandt text. SHARI: 
Piggy's hat, a reason to go out, lessons, a 
bud, a trip to London, a transfer applica- 
tion. SOLIMENE: steamed broccoli, 14- 
beer funnel, a remix of LOVEBOAT 
soundtrack, her mark on the Sigma Nu 
porch, the "Hoch". DEENER: a box of life 
cereal, a battery alarm clock, early morn- 
ing study hours, an attention span. LIZ W: 



"Get Set. It's the first annual do a shot get 
a gift night", Anchor - Splash, a home-run 
in Florida. BLAMBLE: a doughnut, a 
Woody, a free ambulance ride from ATQ 
HOLLIE: a ClubMed vacation, a cruise 
ship, foreign men, How to do a semester in 
Spain in only 10 days. BROWNIE: a 
contact high, a NICE guy, a pledge shirt, 
Greekers, Sigma Chi - Maddog, ATQ 
pond, Delts rock, a fire at Sig Ep. 
MARISSA: a cab driver named "Ziggy", a 
package of spunk, a baseball team, forever 
Sandra Dee, ALWAYS, an immoral con- 
scious. AMY: Hannah, "Dial - a - Date", a 
full moon, freshmen crushes, red wine, a 
trip for spring break. TROLL: sheets, a 
Ginsu knife set, another key to another 
box, a monster truck, dead goldfish, a pack 
of butts, the walls, Nov. 5, Nov. 17, 1981. 
BEIBER: Betty White, a barbecue, a 
micropohone, instructions for the 
microwave. SHERMAN: a ride home, 
tickets to her own talk show, a stairmaster, 
a lifetime supply of gum, another formal at 
the airport, an immobilizer. KELLY: the 
BUTT, a sweater - robe - coat, a louder 
stereo, TAJ, a T.A. in Rauch, another night 
on the hill, a copy of Eye of the Neddie, a 
few slabs of Roast Beef on the ceiling. JESS 
M.: a comforter as a cape, Troll's "neck- 
lace", the walls, Nov. 17, 1981, Nov. 5, a 
winged "v", a copy of Love and Death. 
CHRIS: RB,CFH, "her brothers", "All in the 



Family". NICOLE: a battered woman : 
hotline, a 'martini' on the hood of a car, 
escort home, Kerry, another Hell - Weel; 
KERRY: a "Spiderman" outfit, Nicole, a 
Turkey Trot ribbon. BALKAN: a 
stairmaster, dance lessons & rhythm, 
Capatin Black, Capatain Morgan. ERICi 
subtlty, a song called "S.K.K.G.", CHILL 
bottle of Tequila. ALL a ladder, a form;: 
date, Jess. JESS H.: a formal date, 'V-a-Li 
orange', FDS, Ali. SQUIER: a copy of tH 
sleep driving video, a picture of Ellie, "I 
Laf", sunrise tails, wake-up calls, new 
speakers for next year's air band. DAN 
another year at Lehigh, a working car, a 
new Rho Chi hall. MELISSA: a job, a 
lifetime subscription to the New York 
Times. KRISTY: a blow-dryer, a mirror, 
"Been dissed by a sophomore", a lost 
busride in London. . . .TO DELTA 
GAMMA we leave: Top-ten list, 1st anr|« 
Liz Wagner do-a-shot, get a gift night, tl! 
"fabulous four", the "Enticing Entourage >l 
25," HAIR, a bed for Greek Week bed 
races, a pledge project, B.Y.O.B. parties, 
geese attack behind McDonald's, a lock-i 
NOT!, Tuck-in's, "Ain't Too Proud to Be" 
a trip to Cornell, Depledged?-cool!, Phi 
Delt: Incest is Best, answers to the pledg 
test, In the Bathroom, Pi Lam shuffle, D;l. 
shuffle, Beach Parties, Tequila tastes gO(j.. 
To the Class of '94, Alayna & Denise lea|?: 
RO, smooth criminal, the chain smoking 
van, your pledge tests, airband. 




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The Alpha pledge class is taking off, How 
many people have blown up so far?, Rho, 
Rho, Rho, double digits, I wish it were 
tomorrow, J.A. - did you have a good 
nap?, Gotta go there's a boy in my bed!, 
Let's cancel the sand order, Can I have a 
ride? -NO!!, O.L., now there's two houses 
that hate you!, The Phantom Crow strikes 
again, She was a fax machine, loft diving, 
stair diving, what next?,I didn't know 
there was a band there last night, Jen 
who?-- (click), Doc— be all that you can be, 
Eans-how are the kids?, It's none of your 
concern, You guys are my best friends in 
the ABSOLUTE world, Friends are idiots, 
same name different letters, was his name 
Todd or Tom?, Barry and Buffet forever, 
Oh, look-Ann must have fallen in the 
ocean too, There's NONE left, I'm FINE!!, 
F — you, Eans we're taking one cab!, flying 
socks at Denny's, Maria— why are 




you drinking out of a shot glass?, So— 
what's your point?, Minute man, D-O-R-l 
K, I need a mirror— why don't you use 
your buttons?, Lynley—NO Report, Senk 
night at B&G, I will survive, the clue 
phone is ringing-unfortuantely the 
receiver is out in the tree, N.A.A.S.P., 
goodbye, Letterhead, Hurry up, Pokey, 
I never, Do you ski?, Oh, s — , another 
quarter!, Hall chats, Pretty woman, the j 
peg board, let's go out the emergency ex 
33,68, The penthouse, Lizardtails, 
STOP calling!!, Yipee Skipee, 5 am softba 
anyone?, Gamma Pi Rho Beta, IGMPB, P! 
Phi Delta, IM's rule, call me College, 
Swamp water, banner heaven, why is Joll 
Flynn driving the TRACS bus, Monday, 
Wednesday, Thursday— Ho-bound, here 
comes TORNADO, tab check, Grandma, 
when I said "Sisters forever", I didn't mex 
sisters - in - law, black Friday, the cupcal 
dress, the drapery dress, and the 70's 
prom dress, Cancun 90/91/92, Froot 
Loops Forever . . . "When we overcome 
space, all we have left is here. When we 
overcome time, all we have left is now. 
And don't you think between here and 
now we might see each other once or 
twice?" . . . We'll miss you and we love 
you! DKZ, Sue, Kim, Kim, Erin, Colleen; 
Ner, Becky, Dora, Sprout, Eans, Froots, ! 
Kim, Maria, Jean, Raquel, Kristine, and 
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Where will Gamma Phi Seniors be in five 
years? . . .Megan - stil trying to decide, 
Suzie - appearing as "Suzie Slasher" on 
American Gladiators, Andrea - still attend- 
ing Lehigh formals every weekend, Deb - 
singing in the Tabernacle Choir, Mel - editor 
of "Good Girls, Bad Boys", Deirdre 




- Bambi's replacement at Erv's, Moe - 
learning to "Love the One She's With", 
Embree - still procrasinating about going 
to the gym, Frame - Whatever!, Lydia - 
starring as Snow White in the Ice Capade: 
Mollie - still hustling pool at the Ho, 
Christine - still celebrating her 21st birth- 
day, Becky - premier host of "Hard Copy" 
Tracy - double for Paula Abdul videos, 
Steph - Gamma Phi Beta collegiate consul 
ant, Radler - posing for latest Bahama 
Mama t-shirt, Cyndy - What? Selling 
hearing aids?, Sange - working at Chuck 
Cheese, Lesley - peer counselor at the 
Jewish Center, Mindy - selling velcro, "Rij 
it Now" bras, Thrustin - still deciding, 
short, long, short, long, Vos - the next 
Gloria Steinem, Lauren - still baffled by tl 
Lehigh bracelet system, Noelle - develop- 
ing a negative calorie cookbook . . More 
beer, Mad Dog, Maureen and Mad Dog 
don't mix, Pledge trip, peeing along 22, 
lovebeads, pill talk, loveshacks, musical 
beds, ATQ bathroom floor, Mile High Clu 
Rexercise, Gamma Phi's walls are not that 
thick, promoting the highest type of 
womanhood?, Thanks for the good times! 
Keep the tradition going, Good Luck! Lo\ 
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Myrtle Beach, I can see the cheese drip- 
ping off of you, lemonade? I made it jus 
for you, The Greek Week crawl on a Tut 
nite, We lost a few, May I call you Jules, 
am driving in 3rd grade, Cowe, come to 
bed with me, Susan's evil kiss in Mart 
Plaza, Once my toe starts tappin', there': 
no turning back, Booted from the Purpk 
Gator, Hey - Len actually made it throu; 
a formal!, Tails at B & G Station, 7 pitch; 
of red death + 2 pitchers of beer=4 very 
drunk people, Only the Good Die Younj 
RUSH is a 4 - letter word, She's a Happ) 
Girl, "WHATEVAH!", We have no basis 
for anything, Chauvi, pass that candle 
"we're friends", B'n'L sisters, Psycho X- 
Boyfriends from Hell, Debaroonie - Yea! 
you Know Me, Jose, Boulang Bake, It's 
raining condoms, What have you 
HEARD?, Is it always so red at the tip?, 
mean, his looks aren't overwhelming - Ii!> 
positive way anyway, The Ulicki dance, 
Long Island ice teas and Pilon's buying! 
She used the B - word, If you use nick- 
names, they are easier to keep track of, 
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Whom have you here? Boo, Rocker, Big 
Al, Vince, Tools, Quatro, Napkin, DSL, 
Yarsdale, BK, Hoops, Rin, Dum, Emo- 
tional Man, Bird, LCR, Low Rider, Wickie 
. . The 100th Class, triad keg - off champs, 
beach party with Chi Psi, the "Tones", boof, 
the stars are aligned, late night Buffett, 
Laytonrock, Theta Chi ceiling tiles, see ya 
Sigs, Friday night at Union, 4 times, 
hoagies & porn, pledge - pledge swill!, 1 - 
2- 3 shit - bird!, late night Lou - chew, 
Jeremy's ball, PASY, starbright, "you want 
to run for office?", "your ass is just too 
hot", hurricane Wolf, Pinned 7/18, pledge 
squares, Earl's summer house, Deli & 
Flash, soda bitch, peanut butter, sistene 
chapel, - iak-, snipers & smelters, choco- 
late pudding breakfast, ifc prez, 628 
montclair, piels, baby!, Cakes' car, "I think 
I broke my nose", Larry Bird on the buck, 
walking KC, clam bake, stereo belly 
hickeys, AXP:denied, Erv's, paradise city, 
no way, man, greekers & cartoons, pet in 
suite, Stetsi & Fraz, "sup, man, 10/29/88 - 
5/5/89, Will's face plant, don't sign the 
"thing", "escorted" out of Union, stop 
smiling, yeh Phil, apple, hey Booder, end 
of the line, richards time warp, no sleep 'til 
Brooklyn, truck 'n' tractor pull, alpha 221, 
rouge, BK's pledge pin, would you steal 



from your mother?, Socrates/Chief, 
Stahley's, where- is- Lay- ton!?, Q's little 
sh-tter, Bill & Ted's with Turk, ato, ato, 4 
bimbo from hell, rin's pledge dirt, 
Heuervision, 3 vectors, slumber party wl 
Gamma Phi, library top -10 lists, tri - del f 
at Union, the "buzzies", BK, you play ale 
of pool don't ya? rock'n rye during cleaij 
ups, Judy's 5-star cuisine, Sunday night , 
UC dinner, hop on one foot!, drop you | 
pants!, IM champs, who sent ya?, Deli, 
laura taylor, spaghetti dinner, he's a 
"goofball", hollyphone, salad, lamb-bur- 
ton, sub-woofers, towering inferno, tuxe 
at tailgate, how'd you get in here? irrel- 
evant, the "nest", beta gay bar, oh - nelly: 
iban, Fat Pat, there's a pillow in this roor, 
pumpernickel, 1st Japanese governor, 
Hatrix's crutches, GCS' boulder, chen, tii| 
your bathing suit tight!, late nite quarry, 
NOT, slut, they make me do things, 2nd 
falshlight, toothbrush bristles, NOT, whili 
in the crib with Phil?, Sewickley, condor 
on 4's head, Will's firecrackers, "the 
epitome of unity", century club, I am Wi 
that should be me - that's MY date!, Kai 
land, where's the beef?, dirty dancing, 
chapter room?, wait 'til otis sees us, you; 
chest makes me an animal, -kai-, baby, 11 
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Sophomore's suck, No Scott no I'm not 
gonna do you, No JB the water in the 
radiator, No I'm not getting in the car w/ 
Anderson, I can hold the boat, Cud's taxi 
service, bib of blow, the forg, Herpes 
simplex 3, Where's that meeting anyways?, 
Batboy, TTTSNB, Mothra, Red raisons, 
Drink-Bathroom-bed, I'm not a dirtbag, 
Nice boots Claude, You shotgun, Ooo 
Yaa!!, cows are people too, Down!!!, Niagra 
Falls, Bucs Suck, Team Disney, Blue Zone, 
Shut up Skippy, Huhnn, RRRhonda, Days 
Demerit, Get away - You smell like my 
girlfriend, Pretzel, HC4, URI, The Shark, 
Karloski & the Dirty 7, Ketchup, Debbie 
does Chi Phi, YF Ehlers, harold?, Tap - Tap 

- Tap - Boom, Hard Rolls, Freedom Rock, 
Look Dad Mudrurtles, Poop Satist, H, The 
Last Great Triple, Head Sponge, Jones, 
Houka, Kevin - put it away it's not that 
weak yet, Mr. Clean Give 'm back, She's hot 

- Oh she's only 12 -E, Body shaping, K&D 



in the library, Vomit, Lyons -1 Miller I 
Beirut Hill Champs, What would you do'r 
the Beastie Boy Tix?, Senior Lounge, Scoii 
Games, Hitchiking in Atlanta, Beet & Glet s 
Excellent Adventure, Kid Vid, Discover-C i 
Advance, You're not from the Hood, Ern- 
I'm going to kill you, Jamalaad, Fish, WI - 
Eeh Eeh Eeh, Give me the hotdog, Chug wl 
me, Ethlers the Barbarian, You guys !e 
lucky I didn't return the file, Lois Lane Bu, 
Piels-the fine french import, Love crack, je 
Champ, Where's the ugliest thing in le 
world?, Weir none of us voted for you, U 
the land of pleasant living, R.C, Moon P\ - 
mids at JB's, The Target, I sort glass that's iy 
job, Murray ate Brains, Ed, Joe, Evil, Do 
Dog Live!!!, Anderson's, The Front & Bac >, 
The Turtle, Giddy up Mighty P. Terrad I 
Don't call me Whitey, If I can eat it you ijn 
wear it, V for Villanova, V for UCON 
Sucks, Woof Woof, We alter spicy to yil 
liking, beer pong, What's a dead one of tht I 
Stapling baby chicks to the wall, Stoke e 
coals, C+B, Beeto Suave, Comfortable w?;- 
ing shoes, mosh on the moon, Andy-tha«s 
for your formal date, II Peter 2:22, As e 
Seniors look on with saddened eyes (BER1 T 
LIVES !!!!) 




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Chi Psi 




Thanks to the class of '89, Goodbye class of 
'92, E.B., Rik, Spider, Pope, Brett, Murph, 
Hags, Matt, Beez, Pic, Bob, Andres, John, 
Sczerbinsk, Clarence, PSD '89, Dock Street, 
The Shining, Crash, Extra Onions at Burger 
King, Bushwackers wake up, Shamu and 
Orca, Where are pledge brothers Brown, 
Brown, and Nevares, FLUSH, "J.D." We are 
all slaves, "Billy Bob", "Hillbilly", Bruiser: 
Do you have any motor oil for my hair, 
RUN, J.Crew: Answer the pay phone, You 
are the biggest man I have ever seen, War 
Games with Sandy, Thunderdome, 3 on 3, 
Pumkin Capers, No Questions Asked, Hey, 
Jerky- You Toughguy, Are you Kidding Me, 
FreeSpirits, LOM, Rump, Hey Babe, Never 
Happen, I'll dig the hole, Texas: Steers and 
Queers, Murph's cave, The Bear, barking 



"DMP", Porpoise head, Daddy, Showtii;:, 
Pepe, Beef Drape, Soo Tang Tan, Repak: It 
I just wanted to be held, Ginsu Brothn, 
Twisted melon, Pearl Necklace, The Cannn, 
Comodo Dragon, Nailed, You Prince, Sta - 
ing Mother, Someone stole my vette, HN '., 
Four year vacation, 15 B.M.F., Enter the Cin ;, 
Rag Man, Jen Forever, 6 month droug:, 
Schmarty, Arico: "Wake me up", pull up yc r 
skirt, time to mow the lawn, Ordinary Bo;, 
Happy Doin' Nothing, Spewing Nonsensi 1 
Bla ther, The Lodge, Gentlemen, The Best D< s 
of our Lives, YITB, Chow. 




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Delta Chi 




Who? What? Where? When? Woody!, 
Frenchie, where's Liz?, What's upChuck?! 
JC - "Kick ' em in the Box", Gene - how'd 
you get Michele?, REM = TEC wanna be, I 
Hide the raisins!, Kulp sightings, Karl, ne! 
mattress?, "I don't think it's a problem" 
Whipped: AJ, BM, GIZM, KS?, RS, LD, N 
Chunky 'til Creamy is gone!, Bailey - is it 
really true?!?, PSU girls HATE steroids, 
Pick it, eat it, stroke it, sniff it - LD, Nice 
Dumper!, Burnt, Fried, Flame-Broiled, 
Extra-Crispy: JJ, DP, AZ, CC, Elvis is on 
the house phone, AGAIN!, Laga-'C, Hovj 
it done in NYC, Slosh?, BG - Better buy 
insurance!, To, no sweat, AJ's bed. ( Don'j 
burn your bridges), Crash, Burn, and 
Shave Legs, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA-RC; 
DJ dates a gerbil!, Bill streaks Eco, Anti- 
Rich, Norway! (NOT), I'm saw-weee, CC 
- Pasquale is a WOP, Higgs - lost in Main 
Dickey, Very Dickey, Pledges Suck, Senii 
Rule, MC, TC - one of these days, Sophs 
lightweights, Juniors, who has the brain 
today?, Recession = NO JOBS = grad 
school, NO SQUIDS!!, BR- DUHHHH, 
SENIOR GIFT CAMPAIGN - NOT!, Whc 
wrote the letter?, Mike Knapp - You will 
always be with us in spirit., Delta Chi 
mourns the loss of a brother. 



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Delta Phi 




MacBar, Europe - did it, 105th Jerry Lewis, 
Doodles, Histrionic Man, Monobrow, 
Buddha, FDG, Dum, Lope, Joey, Jimmy 
Jed, Smallus Annoyus Jewus, Scheckter, 
Where are the Juniors & Col. Pete, Dog, 
Rat, Goat, Demon Dog, Ty, Dumb, 
Fishtank, It sheared, Beruit - Scud, Like a 
Fart in church, The Nerds, ERV'S, Could of 
Been Somebody, PACE, Shocker, 
Exageration, Cliche man, Walk of shame, 
Movie Day, I'm not gonna lie to ya, 
Extraneus Gash, Top Dog, - Man, Punch in, 
Time chairman, Asshole, Vanna White Day, 
Annoying Man, Wave Chug, Bag Muscles, 
She goes nuts when you put That in There, 
Capped Wonder, Douche, Suck it Pete, I'd 
rather have a cattle in my room, 



Harsh week, Ouch Babe, Snap like a twig 
Fajhaitus, Rote Trail, Fat Dumb Greek, E; 
it, Sch wanker, Bullseye for beers, 172 Bet 1 , 
Slash, The Fall Guy, Perpetratin', Take yc • 
skirt off, Mix in a clue Then pop off, 
Schicken, Pool room show, Not it, 
Inbalanced, Stem, West Philly Willy, 
Midnight Run, Ahunna hunna fifty, Sphij- 
ter, Mosh, Beer googles, pudding on the 
ceiling, Thanks for coming, See ya, Nakeil 
Crawl, Cheers, Selective hearing man, M t 
tell joke, Laugh meter, Every other year, 
Your mom called and she said get a life, 
The 105th bids Lehigh Goodbye, Bob yoijj 
always welcome in The Chapter room, 
BYO - its gonna suck. 




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We've got three cases and three people, 
you're gonna need your own beer, Do we 
need a committee for that?, Put up a list, 
Post it in the s-itter, Bull's Box, Davis who?, 
I smell bad tw-t, Oak's chair, Smallderone 
(The Jester), The Crotch, Cedarnet, Go tell 
Dinky, Consume!, The Ho, the ho, Where's 
Roach, Bang!, The Channel, Holy Cross 
Football #24, When you're dead and I'm f — 
ing your wife, what are you gonna do?, 
Homey don't play dat!, Cash money!, Jiggs, 
You're huge!, Michelle, I want my clothes 
back!, Boo's mom, One foot zero tails, Are 
you playing dots?, OOOh Fumble!, 
Grandpa, My Man! 



The snake, I'm drunk on love!, TVZ, T. 
it's all tied up, Nohopecelli, Bethlehem 
18015, Is it Friday or Saturday?, Sorry, 
sorry, sorry, Chia Pets, The Ho Commit 
Charter - Schmarter. Damage Incorpora 
He could go all the way! I am an alcoho 
chairman!, I'd rather eat a live fly!, Near 
the clown, Get the negative, I blew, it w< 
good nite, Superbar!!, Ralphie Ralph, 
Grubert, Who ate your pledge pin?,The 
Boyz!, Oak, there's fries a cookin, Binkin 
workout day!, Fives, Skin: what are you 
doing sleeping down there?, The loft of 
LDW, She's ugly, but I'd still do her!, In 
too sexy!, You're bringing down the wh 
greek system!, Toast's friends, The 
Chaplin's Beruit Tournament, No rest fc 
the wicked, I'm going to hail a cab, Slayi 
of bad twat, Tickets for the Boxcar, Soci; 
psych scrabble, The gryphon chearleadt 
OPPie, Colt 45, It's good sh-t, Da Meat, 
The pledge microphone, Big Al, Rodger 
the phantom brother, G-money, I had to 
split and I didn't want to waste it, Shirks 
box, Baptize Roach!, Do you have a job 
yet?, We glaze moldy donuts, Josh, who 
that pledge sleeping in your bed?, 




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Quick, call the cops!, Somebody stole all the 
canned goods!!, Nice execution, poor degree 
of difficulty, He's too sexy for induction, Pete, 
How's Fawn, Chiiieeefff, Baby fish-mouth, 
What's up with that?, Life is fair, Eskimo, 
Fandango, Oh, pishaw, Piss off, This tastes 
like Manischewitz, Uncle Mo, Gobble Gobble, 
Mary, we're running out of life, Booiioinng - 
oh, s— t, So how you guys doing, alright?, 
Whopper, Dammit to Cleveland, FEPOS, 
What you're gonna wanna do is, D.C. The 
Antichrist, Vince got hit by a bus, leaving Dan 
in West Virginia, 



Hey, you checkin' me out?, My name is No '% 
not Gnome, Delano's midnight opera, W I 
Stahl is on the phone again?, Chad, Bark C 
buddy, Deep fat fryer - 1 don't even know it 
You want to fight, fight Germ, the ski te!| 
I'm sorry Ev, BO, Commander's seat, 1 
Ten Reasons Why, Old Exec Sucks (Com!ij 
nist Triad), Does he ever stop talking?, | 
landscaping master plan (softball field Ij 
this an opinion vote, or a real vote?, il 
Stimpy, you fool, DA HO, The elevator or* 
ski lift?, Happy Birthday Herman, Shave vi 
a shotgun, Bonus!, Da Bears, Is this gi,a 
brother, Poundcake - get it?, Otto, Pez, NJ 
Mail check, Big Fat Funky Booty, Ari -1 
pledge, Dodger Una-Delt-erated, We've! 
a slight deficit, WAAA! 




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It is really hard for me not to kiss you 
right now, You're fly, I want to ravage 
you, You'll have to wait, I brought you 
into the top five by god, I'll take you out of 
it, I can buy and sell you twice, I'm the best 
thing that ever happened to you, Look at 
me, That's a good YAHOO son, Watch out 
for flying 25 pound weights, Excuse me, 
I'm choking, Steve Risseeuw naked this I 
gotta see, Matty, Matty, can I call you 
Matty, I'm coming over to see you, 
Steinberg's picnic with Heather - O - 
Sexual, King Belly Dump, They didn't look 
at me funny or anything, Nice choppers, 
eh Jeff P, Bad hit Berg, Tetris, Paul has 
plenty of girls, in a condom, GIRLS 
SHOULDN'T BE ALLOWED TO DRIVE 
ON THE HILL, Eggs, Madigan is buying 
at the HO, Got any butter Lewie, Got Dip, 



Lewie's .245 reasons not to drink to mucl 
Raid at the 4G's, Powerlifting champs, 
Spring Break - Florida, Cancun, Congrah 
lations Ben and Cindy on your engage- 
ment, Funny Table, YITB - NOT, Notable 
Hurls - Matt in bed, Mike M in his shorts' 
Paul at the HO and in Chev's car, Mike's i 
hookup on Paul's coach, Bond Nelson do 
you want to it in the back of Towler's bai , 
Jim H. you stolen any good stuff lately, 
Daddy Towler can you take me to the pa 
while mommy is at the store, Super Paul 
So long Gelrod and Menendez, HUDOG 
SUCKS, Wrestling lessons for Towler fro 
Risseeuw, Waz Up, Hay Ho, Hey Champ 
I'll make them wish they were never bon 
That would be great, Thanks, 
Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet, Nice underoos 
Madigan, You done Poopin, The Connell 
God Bless You, John Flynn 




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Little bit more attitude, Rat, D.BY.S., Ho|. 
B.R., Noo rackin', What kind of bird are 
you?, globules of jelly, Sclesiance, Legs' ; 
and Gibby's late night drag racing, Apatl 
& Cleanliness, Ftern, Tard, Mo, Stinky, 
Blackie, Hansons, Peace Frog, Giggle Ch 
- R.I.P., The Mulionz, King Lives, Pong, 
I'm going to Binghamton, H.B.T. Memor 
Beer Machine, A little T's & C's, TSR, 
UVM, the gimp, Rudolph, Ferris Fueler, 
Pegua!, Ebony and Ivory, Cheese, "Wher. 
your luggage?", Mr. Potatohead, I love \ 
you, Yo, baby baby, You, you got what I 
need, Gandirk, Get a Redro!, Greg Brad\ 
How's the "finger"?, You know you look 
like the perfect candidate for A.S., YMB, 
Route 81 revisited, Robata on the house? 
Rocco, Cheetah III, transvestites in At- 
lanta?, S'up yo?, Whatever, Hangin' with 
the noose, Two for the Tong, Munger, V; 
'O Heat, Frat, Frat beer, Frat parties = 
rockstars, Where's J - man?, f**k 'em, He;; 
Piggy, Size late nite packages, Lucci, get 
week ahead, Blaziney, Stingers & Chubs, 
Tunger, nice soap opera, 1992 Hill Urinai 
tion Tour, Late nite trips to Dravo, Dowi 
with H.C.C, S.O.S., SAVE THE HOUSE! 



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"This may throw a monkey in the 
wrench", "There is a general lack of 
disrespect", AD and the warbeast, You 
down wit H.T.T.?, Where's Weiss? . . . 
Walkin the dog!, Yucky = Not Yummy, 
The Panamanian Exile, JD learn to read, 
Late night sledding, STUPO, the Pizza 
Bagel, Ban - i - shed!, Karate Kid & Apoli 
take the hill by storm, "Is the ceiling high 
enough?", "I'd like to agree with Bill & 
Bill, not just because my name is Bill." 
Que' Pasa - Nice beak, Flip, Hey do you 
stand up or sit down to take a piss, "I 
don't have a girlfriend, I have a Shirley." 
Potburgers, Jart in the melon, The 
"Buddy" Crew: Lil' Buddy, Big Buddy, 
Bilg Butt Buddy, Annoying Buddy, Fat 
Bald Buddy, Politically correctness muct 
DIE!, Rerun the Fan Favorite, Behind 
Satan & Charles Manson, Happy! Happ\ 
Joy! Joy!, M.A.NM.D.R.A.K.E, Gritty 
Kitty, First floor Clique, "Where's the do, 
C'mere Rocky!", "Hey where's my ten 
bucks!?", Gremlin Returns, Standards fo; 
Chapter Mediocrity, Hey Mr. Barr, way 
pass the buck!, Sit Down Wally!, Hoops ; 
with Mr. Mean, Ticho is a weasel, Grem-j 
lins uninvited guests, Creekers banned 
from the roof, Fat Sam gets a bologna 
sandwich in the Clink, "Uh Buh Buh Bui 
- Could someone please translate, The 
Human Chamois - Chewbacca, Mack, a 
real ladies man. 




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Phi Delta 
Theta 



Frapper - Beach Walker (A.J.), She's got a 
Playboy body, Spring Break '92 Wu!Wu!, I 
Love that Smell, "Like a Virgin", You just 
don't know him, he's really smart, blow - 
possom/ blow zoo/ blow squirrel/ fish 
head/ pigeon, Brown whipped? Never?, 
Evil Kinevil, SCORCH!!, I OTB I've lied on 
OTB's before, Hair dressing school lover, 
Sigma Nu, Super Lynch, Major Dad, Who 
broke Callen's Window?, Is case Nova out 
of the Love Shack?, What Ghetto?, duncan 
tagged Miller, Pledge Class Rules. 





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Phi 

Gamma 

Delta 



Mind if I have a little of that, Beeta, K's lover, 
Wop, Fiji Cocktails taste better, Sour 
Roseman, Look out for Stranchitis, Pinny, 
Burning head, Falling down, Getting drunk, 
Nuff said, Plug it in, it will work, Let Ewald's 

brotha fix it, .39 36, Do you have any foul 

weather gear, Do it, don't do it, Worms sleep 
in the dirt, Sophomores suck, Leary, shut 
up, Marv, Best pledge class, Beet Gamma 
Phi, Scumma fun is somma fun, Fiji's getting 
kicked off, Whisper Chick, Everything has 
a purpose, Firehead, CDFL, Relax, 91 B - 



ball, F - Ball Champs, Tailgate fever, Cros 
- body blocker, Hershel Walker Walker, 
Lack of motivation, little help, doorknob, 
Seniors rule Beirut, Hoagie, Pt problems, 
Attisvomen, Make the water hotter, Do m 
do me, do me, scummy sex machine, L.G 
Balfour, O.K.!, Tubules, Balls on Thursda 
The Men, Party, Deeler, Showtime, 
Hershel, Hemmer, Crawl 90, Fatty, Mr. 
Yuk, Spidermen, The gourd, Doesn't he g 
to Spanky's High School, This is the end!, 
Hag! Hitting the gouce, sacrificed lamb, 
And never never shoot a rabbit with an 
elephant gun. GO FAMMY. 




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Crack, The Crack of Dawn, Dickie naked 
the bar, The fly, Seinfeld, B-ups, We are t 
house, Chiefs & Squaws, Cheese decathk 
Tranch the lifeguard, I'm quitting smokir 
BeerPong, Casa Maya, Greeker training, 
Late night runes, Church, Killington,The 
basement, Sattelite Ringer, Free pins, The| 
secret papers, 12 years of hell over, Fritz 
10th, Santa the snake, Burning couches, T 
farm party, Tar babies, Freeze the parkin; 
lot, Blue smoke, Kiss, Tailgating for free- 
dom, Windowcups, Slip-n-slide, Sunsets, 
Molsens, Liquid courage, One way or 
another, In the vault, This is then thats 
now. Listermint bottle, Ringers, Shettie, 
The shmamsey, I just can't stop smiling, 
Excellent adventures, The 3 letters, 
Octoberfest Montreal, Les chien de guerr 
The Men of Phi Kap V3, Statue of libertie 
The Dancing Bears, The angry mob, God 
Street Wine - May I feel Said He, Under- 
dog, Stymies 




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No Pledges, No Kegs, No Fun, That's not a 
man, that's a Phi Sig, Chicken = Deal Bait, 
Dump on Deals, S.C.U.M, LT 123, 1 - Chug 
I Blow, Pull my trigger, Weighs - more 
Chugs less, Just press play, F — or get out, 
Stink when you drink, Turd - Boy, Dr. 
Puddle and Mr. Sheen, Phil wins keg toss, 
5 - footers, Colonel Egghead, Alumni 
Scourge, Dave joins the swamp crew, Mad 
dog daze II, III, Whopinelli, Simon, 
Smokem, Anders, Phil visits the Dark Star, 
Weasel - Weasel - Weasel - Squid -weasel - 
weasel, Cowe = Cliff, Psycho = Elmer 
Fudd, Whaddyacallit, Z robs the cradle 
from Phil, Johnson Memorial Posts, 
Kenthrax, Bugle gets some Crystal Com- 
fort, If everyone in the world . . . there'd be 
no war, Let me tell you about fat chicks, 
Crazy Cook, Pompador, Grumpy and 
Happy, Jolly Green Bourquin, Captain 



Computer, I just had a big meal, CDC&l 
Hugel AH clubs Barky, If you hurl and si 
comes back, she's yours, I need a single, 
more Becky for Bucky, I had to drive, I vts 
to drunk to walk, Harry, calm down, 
6,6,5+1, Feed Hot Dog Man, Meat snack | 
family, Why - Why can't we blow out tH 
window?, Gambled and lost, Cream of 
yesterday, Tails at Tezaco, Blockhead of ,ie 
week, IM Butt dart Champion, 99 
Luftballons, Election Brawl, Pyro-Nelli, 
Registered bar rally, Salty, Chicks dig . . 
The smell of wing sauce in the morning j 
victory, Cook = kook, She's got the cutes 
little m — I've ever seen, Me so horny foi 
Phil, Flounder = B.S. = Cheese, S'havem 3, 
Shafty, Bordo, Suave, Psycho, Chicken, 
Scary, Schmedly, Buck, Philith, Trauie, 
Sherblock, Smoken, Vile, Condork, Floui' 
der: 4 years that are tough to put into 
words - so, heeeeere's. 




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Pi Kappa 
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The mad stickerer, Ed owns up, Don't take 
Banner camping, Squishy, Meet . . .Sheila, 
"Duuuude", Santa Frank and his compan- 
ion, Snowball Fights, Pledge Allegiance, 
Croco-Stimpy, Pig roast - "You are not 
clever", Do the Derek, Sky walker, Camel 
Dollars for Zeke, Yankee Home openers, 
Nate the Viking, Corbin school of Hand- 
writing analysis, Magic Foos, Paul and the 
formal DJ, Tore the wall wrestling champ, 
Driving Duty Volunteers?, Jock's in Ohio, 
Frank Stage 4, "He's just being bitter", 
Smell Schmuck . . ."E..L..I", Tin Man, Ukie 
Showers, Stupid Knife Tricks, Derek Duty, 
Likos is a vampire, "There's a huge hockey 
game tonight . . .", "I got my task done", 
"Do you Measure?", Thank god for plastic, 
Dummy, Banner, Pooky, Flabby, 
Jonkawaboota, Stainmaster, Short Guys, 



Stop Tripping, Psycho Psycho Psycho, 
Laskerrhea, "The Brownies are here! Th( 
Brownies are here!", Lysol, Cannonball, 
Chumley, Weezer, Crazy Moriartys. 
1992 Pledge Class Quotations: 
When do we have to be there?, Are we 
done with clean-up yet?, What should I 
next?, Got a cigarette?, Got a light?, Wh 
got winners?, Do you know your s — t?, 
Where's Lee?, Who farted?. . .Alan!, I'm! 
hungry, Uuh, . . .It has a stem. . ., Evan i 
Bezoza, Don't worry. We're over-reactir|. 
They wouldn't be waiting six hours for L 
Go to Mauwau?. . .S — t!, I got to get the 
papers, the papers, We had it, but the 
police got that too, Pelka's on my team, i, 
request a new nickname, please Sir, Imp 
for it, Did you hook up?, Can I have a r: 
Christian's passed out again, Who's slee 
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Pi Lambda 

Phi 




Rye, hmmmm, It's like giving a porshe to a 
three year old, Taylor's a chopper, Safe zone, 
Can we still kidnap brothers?, Mead 
breakdancing, This is my fur patch, Schwing!, 
Do we need our passports, Vit-A, The four 
horsemen rideth, Naked roadies, Dey took 
my t'umbs Charlie!, Moose and Rocko are 
here for Tuse, I don't know your last name, 
and I don't care, Tastes like chicken, Please 
leave, You don't actually blow on it, it's just an 
expression, Three strings walk into a bar, 
Danger! Danger! Will Robinson!, Pi Lam at- 
tends the ballet, The blurb's on fire! The blurb's 
on fire!, The Great Adventure Adventure, 
Why don't you give this to the deer, Engage, 
Eating a quarter, Dos Dedos, When you're 
with two dolls: two fingers, Abbott: we need 
the money, The stick of woe, No M.S.G, You 
smell like soap; I like men who smell like 
soap, She's so pale, she's translucent, 
Mired in a sand trap, Have another doughnut 
you fat pig, I have your brother, now I gonna 
have you, Riddles in Giants garb, Billies, I'm 
Max Keller, get to know me, Hey Tayl - oh, 
you're not here, Something 'twixt 



men, The lilly, WAAAAAAAGGGHHH 
You won't jump in the bush, Witte sue 
Witte sucks, Witte, Witte, Witte sucks, "Y 
chug. . ."No, you chug", Mesc fest '91: = 
found the body, Lisa and Blake: I love yoil 
just wanna be luved, is that so wrawnji, 
WuWu, Whatever, Derwick, I feel nawshor.. 
Ultra Pledge-Edge-Edge-Edge, Hookers, a 
need, Hookersssch, 10 Archanes: I've seg 
Water Buffalo felled by less, I forgot he vb 
in the room, Sorry dude, your sister's hojl 
don't know, I wasn't there, "BE. . .uh. . .H<iy 
sh— !", Hey wood Jablome, you may have |l 
won a million dollars, Woody Va 
Riddlesberger, Bald Riddles, Just anotlr 
prop, Do you hab-a gahbage cahn?, whets 
Scotty? In my pocket, You like Schpischij', 
Me Stu. You girl, Una para bailar, Gyneefl 
est bummin', squamir, Who smashed je 
founder's rock?, You broke my A<ji, 
Robitusson: I'll never cough again, Feelint, 
Dissth, Beerth, popcornth, late night 1^ 
thig, If its all the same to you, I'll just flclt, 
Extremities, I'm cookoo for cocoa puis, 
What's the matter Beaver?, Do you he 
maggots as much as I do, EZ Stims, It a 't 
my carpet, Line to long for beer?, How abut 
some Mad Dog?, BE a wild turkey runn g 
wild, "BE. . .uuuuuuhh", DAAUUUGHEI, 
Take it easy Boys - Squire, Taylor, Si, 
Stimmel, Scotty, Riddles, Witte, Soul Tin, 
Tuse, Axe, Weiss, Sorge, Torre. 




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founders, I don't want quality, just quant] 
1 !, DO NOT DISPERSE!, Brian locked me j 
of my room!, Jack O'Lantern!, I think Bol 
stealing our chocolate cake, Did she moan 
Chinese or English? I don't know what 1; 
guage it was, I think DU is stealing our 
composites, Where's Suzy?, I'm going ii 
the CIA just so I can check out all the U ) 
files, Cancun Boyeee!, How's your Mom?, 
a P-49, I mean P-42, I mean P-35, Unit 
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Fraternity Living 263 






iC£!B8BS3l£E3SBBaE3BE2EEB Shmoo, Madge, Dino, Jabber-Jaw, Mon Chi- 

Chi, Sqweeeio, Rico, Clay, Hi, I'm Dara, 
where's Spencer?, Colizzo, nice girlfriend, 
can I have her?, Chedderhead wake up?, Jim 
Bean for Sigma Nu, Oh no, who's the little 
blonde guido?, It was an honor, Mopping to 
Boston, Schmitty's walk around the foos-ball 
table, J.R. aren't you done with the upstairs 
yet?, Madge stop soaking in it!, Drunk & Jew, 
1 on 1 Libya, Colonel Klier at 8 am, Chi, wake- 
up, the pig's on fire!, My girl, A puddle in the 
sun, The harder you pull the faster we come, 
Sure, take my dad's van, Customs suck, Blow- 
ing dog in 15 minutes, Great White North, 
Security alert in Silver Springs mall, Schnagle 
& JR banned from GW, too bad, cause I give 
the best damn bjob in the world, Hey chi, dan 
needs a new wardrobe, log rolls in pigeon 
crap, Biting beers at UV A, The unicorn, Rugby 



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Nu 




Road lives on, So I was hooking this ba 
blaaaaahhh, Beta chapter sucks!, Eati 
McNuggets off of JR's stomach, Get dov 
Alpha beta umm?, F-k, Call Cindy's, To be 
time, A dingleberrie!, WTF, Schmity's flc 
ping wings, You've got to know everythii 
two, too bad, libya stain, Shoot it clay, libli 
cell, Your partner just fell down the steps, J; 
in the hole, Seapoon, Nice package, U> 
charges us extra, I R pissed, Winner's, No; 
table, Brownies suck, You're perfect, Rfc 
Reduction, NOT!, Goebel, Blatz, Koch's, M 
Bo, black Label, Bull, Piel's, Red, white: 
blue, Lone Star, The Beast, America, 
Schaffier, Keystone, I'm having a Maal[< 
moment, Schoooool, Mary, Joanne, Moi, 
Buy Sunshine, Cisco + Boone's = St. Lukl, 
Murph, stop following me, High school pod, 
Squio, do you want to borrow my car, Junii 5 
suck!, Shut up Russ, It's fourth and ten, PUN , 
PRE-POST!!, Butt-head alumni, Balcony dr< ., 
Naked crawl, Douching the kitchen, Ers 
train, Back booth, Who's buying?, Iguaj 
killers, Fels, Amber, Damien, Friends dor 
let friends drive drunk. . .unless they've ;it 
shot gun, Sunrise tails, Food fight with Cj, 
Perogies suck, Centenary, Piano Man, 1e 
DALAI LAMA, Anchor man, 7 1 1 or doublli, 
Kaj's dad, Bubba's, Greek Week, Tailgat;, 
Skanktrap in the rah-rah room, The womr 
butt by the pig, The last supper for Lit, 
Schnagle and his couch, Clayton and the t 
Me, The Barbarian, Faking Orgas, Dan la 
still awake, Slam pig, Grab a roll Spence, 5e 
was really scaly, A swift kick to the he; I, 
Right there, right there, The kissing banc, 
And a beer in my hand! 






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Given human nature with its prejudices, its 

perversities, its affections, its likes and 

dislikes, many groups seek to verify their 

destiny through the manipulation of 

others. Throughout the past years, blind 

men have purged from our resources that 

which we have used to become so great. 

However, A brotherhood so simple needs 

no justification for existence. For the 



designation of that particular title to 
possess secret words and handshakes. 
Sigma phi carefully affixes "Society" to its 
name to demonstrate their non-secret 
nature. Instead of greeting each other wit! 
mysterious hand squeezes and interdigita 
contortions, the members of Sigma Phi 
greet one another as they would hail the 
world: with the handshake of a gentlemar; 

-Esto Perperm 




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Alcamo, Ben, Cap, Hoot, Matje, Mike D., 
Russ, Sandy, Sully, Tait, Tak, Roffman, 
Witz: How psyched are we?, Code RedU 
Weebles Wooble but they don't fall down 
"Hey, Jay, What time is it?", Hey, Sappy., 
"Furniture points low to the ground.", "Itsi 
small but it gets bigger." , "You didn't 
count on the Hoot.", Astro 2 files. "No 
matter what kind of weekend you have 
mine will be better.", "Who's got gas 
mokney?", "Who's goin to the Ho, I'm 
driving." Pledge mono, Sully's formal dat 
face down in her broccoli, "Yous Pledges 
DMP -V, The Elmer C. Easton suite, 
Deeming's brushing his teeth, Mice races 
Psi U Sully, Wawa's milk, "In the bum," 
Stinger is still in the shower. "I don't havt 
a wallet.", "There's a fight downstairs, I g 
foyer.", Team fat, Team Security, 
"Brotherhead ends in the laundry room.' 
"Lily of the library.", Beta fights, "Hot 
soup!", "Balls to the wall.", Tak was a spy 
Happy Chanukah, Russ, "Hey tough guy 
don't need to talk to you.", "GO I.M.'s, 
NOT!", Ben's oak paddle, Witz and Tait 
studying Eco 1., "Ask for Holland", 
"Wuba, Wuba," To honor! 



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The Chicken only runs at night, Chain, 
Chain, Chicken breast, Turkey Breast, ai 
Provolone cheese, My feet stink, Topher 
and Zete's circle, Sergio wrote it, Smitty 
"Bleh, Bleh, Bleh", Wax my Lance, "Ding 
Prop!", "Next time you want me to come 
there, why don't you get out of my way, 
"Are you Brown 15?", Lobotomy Boy, Jaj: 
did it, You're a grit, Go get a haircut, "Vm 
you born on Groundhogs Day?', DiddlirJ] 
day long, Doc, Loosen up, "Do They cor 
in pairs?", This stuff is laced, Jake - "It's 13 
Time!", Ed was clinically insane, Spence> 
itchin', Milk creams cocktail napkins, D. 
and the house man, Everett singin' the 
Police Rap, Smitty and the Greek Week 
Banner, GQ Shawn, D.K. and the toll 
Booth, Curious George is slick on the ccfl 
Peter running in the woods, "Fat, worth 
less, stupid, . . . Oh you forgot lazy, incq- 
siderate . . .", That ladder goes nowhere; 
"La Bamba, the car that's gonna rock yat 
Connors and Combo with friend, What j 
season is it?, My song is "Jim Conlin! Jin 
Conlin!" . . .Some guy hit me with a cast 
It's like a blast out of the past, There's n\ 
down there, She jumped out the window 
That pig, Pot - boy!, Fire chief!, Leif 
Erickson, Homey The Clown, Dick Van; 
Dyke, Mike Costello, Pete Brown, Sandj 
Dee O'Connor, Don't go down there, 
there's crocodiles down there, This is 
Andres and this is Andres, Hey son, yor 
mom's pretty, Make me some eggs, smi|y 
face, they do still don't know how to m;'e 
iced - tea, Jim's knocking the wall down 
Jewel - weed, Doc, Wax the Bean. 



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Zeta Psi 



FLSP, Captain Morgan, 10, Ye old Irish Pub, 
Only - 1 Love You - C-Back, Ben, How them 
rolls?, Gilli and Haydes got pinned, T -Franny 
has Aids, Chicks are fun, but Beer Pong is 
better, Al got in, T-Burke loves a gook, Foster 
get out, Klicka, why don't you 




follow Foster, Waaaa, Doomee, Thro;!. 
Rogaine, Last minuet, Nice Friends Kuj. 
Stink Bomb, A/A/A/A/, Yprka, Scud, F. 
stoned, and stupid, Gay-alcholic-homosexu,,- 
binge-drinker, Juice is a Goo-like, Webb\ 
Nut, Wass-block, Flaming Mo, Dickno;, 
Nozmo, The Club, Its ok for you to touch r; 
now, so, you gonna blow'em, Gilli's a Goo, 
Mr. Evil, You think I'm Fat, Hey Horn', 
Reverend, Bob Ross, Jedi Cole - get out!, C> 
burgers, Belodo, Sophmores suck, Porch D:|, 
Pookey - hit her, Z, how's Chrissy ?, Where a: 
my C.D.'s?, The Bills suck, Beaver is fj, 
Lupus is gay, Chatter, maybe, Psi U, T: 
Board, Billy and Herbert's DUI Club, Ud- 
how's M & M?, Choppin Broccoli, No mea; 
Yes, Stick, Dents, Zaba Rocks, Under Cc- 
tract, Lev - Nice Stall, Troll, Tuck, Yit-\|, 
Shock-em, Walt loves a truck driver, A Zt? 
got pinned, Zaba and CD. = Cheese ail 
Chong, Erv's, I'm Uds and I never lose, Ii 
Hayden and I'm weird, Chopper sucks, Jal, 
T-Wold, Stinky bear, Gilli, Bubba, Be 
Haydes, Webby, Wally, Uds, Beacer, Jui<, 
Zaba, Wass, Lupus, and Pearls, AIN'T 
GREAT TO BE A ZETE!!! 







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Ralph Waldo Emerson 







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comes soon enough. 

-Albert Einstein 









280 Seniors 




Co-Seniors Editors 

Cathy Chiavetta 

Beth Easley 



Seniors 281 




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So before we end and then begin 

We'll drink a toast to how it's been 

A few more hours to be complete 

A few more times that I can say 

- "I've Loved These 
Days " 

Billy Joel 




282 Seniors 




Marc Abruzzese 



Regina Acton 



Eric Charles Adams 




Joseph G. Alcamo 



Vincent Alcamo 



Jamie Leigh Alexander 




Marc Abruzzese Gladwyne, PA English Chi Psi, Social Chairperson 

Regina Acton Ridgefield, CT. English Psychology minor WLVR radio 
station; Brown & White; Crew Team, Co.xswain;Studenr Activities Council. 
Special Events Committee; Sigma Tau Delta. Dean's List- 
Eric Charles Adams Easton, PA Mechanical Engineering. Gryphon Soci- 
ety; Debate Team, President; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
President; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma 

Jill P. Adams Kingston, PA. Social Relations. Education minor. Lehigh 
Community Big Sister; Freshman Orientation Leader; Hogar Crea lute r. 
Social Relations Club; Delta Gamma; Brown fe White 

Otis K. Adusei Bronx, NY. Marketing Theta Xi; Investment Club. 

Danielle Agnoli Orange, CT. Finance Spanish minor Finance Tutor; 
Spanish Tutor, Lehigh Big Sisters/ Little Sisters. 

Joseph G. Alcamo Manhasset, NY. Mechanical Engineering. Theta Chi, 
President, Steward; Interfrateniitv Council. Gamma Representative. 

Vincent Alcamo Lawrence. NT. Economics. 

Jamie Leigh Alexander Stamford, CT Architecture and Urban Studies 
Government minor American Instituteot ArchitectureStudents, AlphaChi 
Omega; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Publicity Committee. 

Mazhar Murtaza Alidina AUentown, PA. Electrical Engineering. Institute 
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Secretary; 1 larold J. Horn Prize lor 
Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu Prize for Electrical Engineering; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's I isl 

Eric Allen Lutherville, MD. Civil Engineering Chi Phi,. 

Jennifer A. Allen Telluride, CO. Internationa! Careers. American Litera- 
ture minor Taylor College, President; UPBEAT: Ski Team; Soccer. 



Mazhar Murtaza Alidina 



Eric Allen 



Jennifer A. Allen 



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Peter Babigian 

284 Seniors 



Ritu Bagla 



Jeffrey Brown Bahrenburg Peter Steven Bailey 



Marianne Bailliet 



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lames H. Anderson 



Jevan Frederick Anderson John David Anderson 




Laura Anzai 



Laurence Andre Arico 



Daniel Joseph Armento 




hristopher Charles Athanas 



Joseph Attanasio 



Megan Teresa Ayer 




Gregory Stephen Baker 



Jennifer Lynn Balkan 



Maureen Lynn Baran 



Lucilc M. Allen Sarasota, 11. Government. Philosophy minor. Choir; 
( h/ertoro raylorl oUege;Out8tandingCollegeStudentsofAmerica;l '■ 

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Jason D. Altman Livingston, M. Iiulustn.il Engineering Industrial Engi- 
neering ( ouni il; Sigma Alpha Mu. 

James H. Anderson Manasquan, NJ. Economics and International Busi- 
ness Crew Team; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Jevan Frederick Anderson New Fairfield, CT. Electrical Engineering. 
Economics minor. Lacrosse Club; rhi Gamma I >■ I -.mal 

Chairperson; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Dean's List. 

John David Anderson Nonvell, MA. Electrical Engineering. Chi I'hi; Ski 
Team. 

Roland P.Anderson Mount Vernon, \Y Chemical Engineering. Football; 
WLVR radio station. National Society of Black Engineers; American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers; Black Students Union. 

Christian Anouge II Landing, NJ International Business. Law minor 
Rugby; Floor Hockey Club; Delta Tau Delta, House Steward, Intramural 
Chairperson; Dean's List 

Laura Anzai New Hyde Park, N> . Biology. Architecture minor. 

Laurence Andre Arico Mount Arlington, NJ. I listory. Football; Chi Psi 

Daniel Joseph Armento North Caldwell, NJ. Pre-Denhstry. Brodhead 
House, President; Residence Halls Council 

Michael D. Aron New Providence, NJ. Psychology. WLVR radio station; 
Percussion Ensemble; Progressive Student Alliance. 

Tricia Elizabeth Arlington Bridgeville, DE. Accounting. British Literature 
minor. College Republicans; Dimension IndoorColorGuard; English Club; 
Prelaw SteeringCommittee;TauEpsilon Phi, LittleSister;Sigma Tau Delta; 
Dean's List. 

PaulS. Arzillo Commack,NY. Mechanical Engineering. American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers, President. 

Susan Aschenbach Bethlehem, PA. Accounting. Delta Zeta; Accounting 
Club. 

Sterling Todd Ashby Philadelphia, PA. Industrial Engineering. Science, 
Technology and Society minor. Philosophy Club; Society of Black Engi- 
neers, President; Visiting Lecturers Committee, Vice Chairperson; Black 
Students Union; Gryphon Society. 

Christopher Charles Athanas Auburn, MA. International Careers. Eco- 
nomics minor. Theta Delta Chi, Executive Committee, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; International Careers Club; Intramurals; Dean's List. 

Joseph Attanasio Upper Montclair, NJ. Electrical Engineering C ognitive 
Science minor. Delta Tau Delta, Director of Academic Affairs, Recording 
Secretary; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Who's Who Among 
American College and University Students. 

Megan Teresa Ayer Midland Park, NJ. Psychology. Communications 
minor. Gamma Phi Beta. Vice President, Social Chairperson; Brown & 
White 

Peter Babigian Cresskill, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Stage Door, Produc- 
tion Manager: Gryphon Society; Hall President. 

Riru Bagla Smithtown, NY. Engineering Tin sics. Society oi Physics Stu- 
dents. Secretary, Treasurer: American Society of Mechanical Engii 
Society of Automotive Engineer- 
Jeffrey Brown Bahrenburg Honolulu, HI. Finance and Marketing. Phi 
Delta Theta, treasurer. Steward; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Investments 
Committee 

Peter Steven Bailey Long Beach, NY. Finance East Asian Studies minor. 

Marianne Bailliet Larchmont, NY. Social Relations Spanish minor. Stu- 
dent Activities Counci 1. Vice President, Publicity Chairperson; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi, Historian, House Manager; Red Cross Dance Marathon. Entertain- 
ment Chairperson; Dean's List. 

Gregory Stephen Baker Malvern.PA. Geology Phi Sigma Kappa;Gryphon 
Society; Phi Beta Kappa 

Jennifer Lynn Balkan Short Hills \| Behavioral Neuroscience. Geology 
minor. Psi Chi Honor SocietJ 

Maureen Lynn Baran Newtown. PA Biology Powder Puff Football, 
President; |azz Coalition. 




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victory over Lafayette 



Thanks Murray 

Goodman Cuts Ribbon 

The Murray H. Goodman Stadium was officially dedicated on Saturday. October 8, 1988 
during halftime of the Lehigh-Colgate football game. "The stadium turned out better than 
I had ever expected and I am thrilled to be a part of it." said Goodman, '48. Goodman donated 
about S5 million for the stadium construction. After the Colgate and Lehigh bands played, 
the stadium dedication ceremony began. Members of Lehigh's band, the Marching 97. 
remained on the field while 50 students wearing "Thanks Murray" T-shirts walked onto the 
field. They were followed by Goodman. University President Peter Likins. and Chairman 
of the Goodman Stadium Campaign C. Keith Rust. 

In his speech. Goodman expressed his delight in the new stadium and thanked everyone 
for their support. After his speech, a large ribbon extending 100 yards was unraveled from 
one end zone to the other. The ribbon, in giant block letters, said, "Thanks Murray." Likins, 
Goodman, and Rust cut the ribbon to a drum roll and the dedication ceremony was 
concluded. More than 1 1.000 people were on hand to witness the ribbon cutting. 



Melissa Bayer 



Autumn Bayles 




Jessica Lynn Beck 



Rachel Meredith Beck 




Donna Jane Bejsovec 



Brooke Kathleen Bennett 



286 Seniors 




Jon-Henry Barr 



Susan Bartlett 



Ingrid Lauma Baumans 




Amy Elizabeth Bayless 



Barbara Ann Beauchamp Winston A. Beauchamp 




Barry Joseph Bedell 



Kenneth Kirk Beesmer 



Ellen Marjorie Beiles 




Seth Baron Huntingdon Valley, I'A ( hemical Engineering, (hi I'hi; 
Intranuir.ils, Bethlehem City Basketball League; Teens, Agamsi s n d 

Alcohol, Assistant in Charge. 

Linda Michele Barone Warren, Nl Eco'nomicsand International Car • I I 
Spanish minor Alpha Phi, Dean's l-i-t 

Jnn-Henry Barr Clark, M Government. Urban Studies minor. Debate 
Team, President; College Republicans; I lillerSodety, 

Susan Bartlett Montclair, Nl International Relations and Government. 
Gamma Phi Beta; Residence Security Assistant; Lehigh Community Big 
Sister; Hogar Crea Tutor; Lehigh Tour Guide; Field Hockey, Dujiis I ,i 9t 

Ingrid Lauma Baumans North Potomac,MD. Biology. Alpha ChiOmega, 
Alumni Chairperson; Lehigh Big Sisters Little Sisters; Brown & White; 
Biology Club; Dean's List. 

Melissa Bayer Port Vila, Vanuatu. Finance, ( hinese mmor. International 
Club, Secretary; Lehigh in Switzerland, Student Activities Coordinator; 
Gryphon Society. 

Autumn Bayles Bethlehem, PA. Industrial Engineering. Alpha Gamma 
Delta, President; Industrial Engineering Council, President; Society ot 
Women Engineers; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Amy Elizabeth Bayle9s Portland, OR. International Relations. Prelaw 
Society; International Relations Club; OCTOPUS; Freshman Orientation 
Guide; Dean's List. 

Barbara Ann Beauchamp North Wales, PA. Finance. Lacrosse; Tae Kwon 
Do Club 

Winston A. Beauchamp Gilbertsville, PA. Industrial Engineering.Gryphon 
Society; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society, Vice President; Tau Beta Pi; 
Alpha Pi Mu, Secretary. 

Jessica Lynn Beck Princeton. NT Interna honal Careers. Aerobic I nstnu toe 
Benefit for the Homeless; Brown & White; Physical Therapy Volunteer. 

Rachel Meredith Beck Hillsdale, Nj. Government fevyish Studies minor 
Alpha Chi Omega, Rush Chairperson; Panhellenic Rush Director, Brown .s: 
White, Assistant Lifestyle Editor; Order of Omega 

Barry Joseph Bedell Fairheld.M Chemistry Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer; 
Fraternity Management Association Board ot Directors Interfraternitv 
Council Scholarship Chairperson; Phi Eta Sigma 

Kenneth Kirk Beesmer Kingston, W. Marketing. Football; Chi Pm 
President. 

Ellen Marjorie Beiles Staten Isl.md, NY. Psychology. Jewish Studies 
minor. SOS Hotline. 

Donna |ane Bejsovec Hauppauge, NY. Psychology. \ olleyball, Brown & 
White; Dean's List. 

Brooke Kathleen Bennett Clinton. XT Geology International Relations & 
French minors. Alpha Phi Omega: Student Activities Committee 

Kimberly A.Benscoter West Windsor. Nl. hVh.u loral Vuro^ience. Crew- 
Team; Tour Guide; Dean's List. 

BrittBensen Greenwich. CT. Government, lournahsm minor Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Vice President; Interfraternitv Council. Publicity Chairperson; Se- 
nior Class Gitt Campaign Publicity Co-Chairperson; Brown & White 

James Robert Benson Vienna \ A. International Relations. European 
History minor. Psil p-ilon.i orresponding Secretary, RecordingSecretarv; 
Phi Eta Sigma, I'hi \lpha Theta. 



Kimberly A. Benscoter 



Britt Bensen 



James Robert Benson 



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Craig Reaser Beyer 



Robin Diane Bieber 




Jennifer Blackman 



James Blair 



Corey Blake 



Jeffrey Dawson Blake 



Kristen Leah Blamble 





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Alison L. Boldt 

288 Seniors 



Andrea Bollyky 



Craig H. Bolotin 



Stephen G. Bond-Nelson 



John S. Booth III 




Stephan Bernstein 



Susan Alice Belts 



Laura Bevan 




Estuardo Biguria 



Paul Biondi 



Erik William Bird 




Darren Reich Blumberg 



Daryl R. Bodor 



Robert E. Boettger 




David Alan Borden 



Julie S. Bosak 



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Christine Jennifer Bowser 



Gregory Berliner East Brunswick, NJ. Marketing. Basketball 

Bernard David Bcrman Canton, MA. Finance: Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; 
Dean's List. 

Stephan Bernstein Jenaflyl \J Finance. Rugby Club; Sigma Nu, Alumni 
Cont.u t Officer. Steward, Pledge Marshal; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Susan Alice Betts Washington, DC. Accounting. Benefit tor the I lomele-s; 
A.« ^'LintingClub. 

Laura Bevan Gladw\ ne, P A Mathematics. Kappa Alpha rheta. Assistant 
Marshal, Vice President; UPBEAT. 

Craig Reaser Beyer Berwick, PA. Electrical Engineering. Institute al 
Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Ski Club; Mountain Bike Club. 

Robin Diane Bieber Roslyn, NY L'rban Studies. French minor. Delta 

Gamma. 

Estuardo Biguria Guatemala City, Guatemala. Chemical Engineering 

Paul Biondi Smithtown. NY. Industrial Engineering. Pi Kappa Alpha 

Erik William Bird Orlando, 1 1 .Mechanical Engineering. Varsity Football: 
Delta Upsilon, Steward, Pledge Captain; Fellowshipof Christian Athletes. 

Jennifer Blackman Livingston, NJ. Finance and Marketing. Marketing 
Club, Committee Chairperson; American Marketing Association. 

James Gordon Blair Indiana, PA Materials Science. 

Corey Blake Portland. OR. Business Marketing. History minor. Beta 
Gamma Sigma. 

Jeffrey Dawson Blake Silver Spring, MD. Mechanical Engineering. Delta 
Phi. 

Kristen Leah Blamble Martinsville, NJ. Economics and International 
Careers. Journalism minor. International Careers Club. President; Benefit 
for the Homeless; Habitat for Humanitv.Secretarv: Delta Gamma; Brown 
St White. 

Darren Reich Blumberg Livingston, \I Behavioral Neuroscience Eco- 
nomics minor. Class of l"u2 r President; Delta Phi. 

Daryl R. Bodor Fanwopd, NJ. Mechanical Engineenng. Beta Theta Pi 
Social Chairperson. 

Robert E. Boettger Dunmore, PA. Mechanical Engineering. History minor 
Delta L'psilon, Treasurer, Steward; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

Alison L. Bold! Seekonk. MA Civil Engineering Alpha Phi; Chi Epsilon. 

Andrea Bollyky Stamford, CT. International Careers. Communication 
minor. Gamma Phi Beta; Scholarship Chairperson, Ski Team international 
Careers Club. 

Craig H. Bolotin East Windsor. NJ. Accounting. Education minor. Chi Phi; 
Cultural Affairs, Marketangand Vhertisirisl o<>rdin.itor:Student Activi- 
ties Committee. Marketing Coordinator: Freshman Orientation Leader; 
Percussion Ensemble. 

Stephen G. Bond-Nelson North Plaintield. NJ. Finance. Kappa Alpha, 
Assistant Treasurer: Gryphon Society 

John S. Booth 111 Elmira, \1 Mecanieal Engineering Student Faculty- 
Council, Chairperson. American Society of Mechanical Engineers.Chi Phi. 

David Alan Borden West-wood. MA Mechanical Enginevring Phi Sigma 
Kappa, Vice President Sentinel. Inductor 

lulieS. Bosak Briarcliff Manor . N i International Relationsand East Asian 
Studies Kappa Alpha Theta; Ski Club. 

Christine Jennifer Bowser Middletowr Ni Architecture. Art History 
minor. Concert Band. 



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Taylor Stadium demolition under way 

The demolition of Taylor Stadium, home of Lehigh sporting events since 1914 and the 
third oldest collegiate stadium in the United States, began on November 28, 1988. 
According to a representative of Alvin H. Butz, the contractor managing the project, the 
demolition is scheduled to take about three months. 

The stadium, which covers approximately six acres, is being razed to make room for a new 
College of Business and Economics building, a performing arts center, and a parking lot. 
The cost of removing the old stadium, preparing the land for development, and constructing 
the proposed buildings, is approximately $16.8 million. 

The stadium, which cost $90,000 to construct in 1914. was donated by alumnus Charles 
P. Taylor, who had previously donated money for the building of Taylor Gymnasium, a field 
house, and a running track. The field house and the running track have since been removed. 
The official dedication of the stadium took place on October 17, 1917, before the Lehigh- 
Carnegie Tech football game. According to the nationally circulated newspaper, USA 
Today , only the University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field and Harvard University's 
Harvard Stadium are older than Lehigh's Taylor Stadium. 

Although most of Taylor Stadium will be gone in little more than three months, some of 
this historic stadium will remain. The sculpted archway above the main entrance on Taylor 
Street will be saved and placed in the courtyard of the new business college. 

While the gift of one prestigious alumnus was about to be torn down, a gift from another 
was in the works. Murray H. Goodman, '48, donated about $5 million for the construction 
of a new stadium bearing his name. Thus, the newest stadium in the country will replace 
the third oldest. 



Barbra Lynn Brennan 



Jessica L. Brenner 




Stephen C. Brodovicz 



Stephen Addison Bross 




Eileen Marie Brown 



Jennifer L. Brown 



290 Seniors 




Eric Charles Boyle 



David G. Bradley 



Jeremy Bertram Brandwein 




hristine Caycedo Bretherton 



Adam C. Brockus Gregory L. Brockway 




Alicia Deborah Brown 



Brett Michael Brown 



Brian Donald Brown 




John Edwin Brown IV 



Kathleen Louise Boyda Glen Mills, PA Economics. Psychology minor 
Crew, Treasurer,StudentSenate;SeniorC lass f lift Campaign; ls>90 Alumni 
Fund; Lacrosse, Field Hockey; Teach a Re i <■ al u ihnn ( ,'ommittee 

Craig Joseph Boyk Hunington Valley, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Eric Charles Boyle McKinney, I X Mechanical Engineering. Volunteer 
House, President; Society of Automotive Engineers, Secretary; American 
Society i>( Mechanical Engineers, WLVR radio station; Pi Tau Sigma. 

David G. Bradley Fairview Village, PA. Chemical Engineering American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers, Vice President; Chi Phi, Social Chairper- 
son, Secretary 

Jeremy Bertram Brandwein North Brunswick, \J. Civil Engineering. 
Lacrosse; Ice Hockey Club; Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chairperson 

Barbra Lynn Brennan Howells, NY Mathematics. WLVR radio station; 
Common Denominator Math Club; Chi Delphia. 

Jessica L. Brenner Sudbury, MA. Journalism Public Relations minor 
Alpha Chi Omega, Song Chairperson; Brown & White; Public Relations 
Student Society of America. 

Christine Caycedo Bretherton Harrington Park, NJ. Architecture. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; American institute of Architecture Students 

Adam C. Brockus St. Petersburg, FL Civil Engineering. History minor. 
American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Football. 

Gregory L. Brockway Bethlehem, PA. Art. WLVR radio station; Gaming 

Club. 

Stephen C. Brodovicz Middle-town, PA. Industrial Engineering and 
Applied Science. Science Writing minor. Concert Band; Wind Ensemble; 
Wind Symphony; Percussion Ensemble; Marching97; Brown & White; Jazz 
Coalition; Institute of Indus trial Engineers. 

Stephen Addison Bross Bethlehem. PA. Architecture Jazz Band; Progres- 
sive Students Alliance. 

Alicia Deborah Brown Wayside, NJJ. Government Economics minor. 
Student Senate; Homelessness Awareness; Pre-law Society; S.T.A.R. Pro- 
gram; Dean's List 

Brett Michael Brown Dallas, TX. Economics. Chi Psi; Varsity Football; 
Student Senate; Renovation and Recreation Committee, Co-Chairperson. 

Brian Donald Brown Richfield Springs, NY. Chemical Engineering lazz 
Coalition; IntramuraLs; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Eileen Marie Brown Dunmore, PA. Chemical Engineering. Freshman 
Orientation Leader; Student Ambassador; Society of Women Engineers. 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Intramural Sports; Residence 
Hall Council; Tau Beta Pi, Recording Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Jennifer L. Brown Sarasota, FL. Behavioral N'euroscience. Delta Gamma, 
Recording Secretary, Activities Chairperson, Historian , Co- rush Chairper- 
son; Panhellenic Council Public tv Committee; Outing Club; UPBEAT; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Psi Chi, Who's Who Among American College and University 
Students; Dean'sList. 

John Edwin Brown IV Pataskala, OH. Government. Communication 
minor Student Senate; College Republicans; Phi Delta Theta, House Man- 
ager, Rush Chairperson; Intramural Chairperson 

Nichole Brown Linden, N'J. Engineering Physics Peer Counseling, Co- 
Coordinator; Student Admissions Advisory Board, Chairperson and 
Founder; National Society of Black Engineers; Black Students Union; Tutor 
Gospel Choir; Omega Psi Phi, Little Sister. 

Meredith Beth Brozost lupiter. FL Psychology. Kappa Alpha Theta 
Panhellenic Council, Administrative Assistant: Freshman Orientatioi 
Leader 



Nichole Brown 



Meredith Beth Brozost 



Boyda- Brozost 291 




Melissa Lynn Campinell 

292 Seniors 



Jennifer Susan Canavan 



William F. Candy 



John B. Cannito 



Alison Rachel Cantor 




James T. Buckley, Jr. 



Peter Buckley Patrick Christian Buddenbaum 




Kevin Webster Bunting 



Aiden Patrick Burke Charles Graham Burton IV 




Alan Calderon 



Jody Foumier Cameron 



Jonathan Campbell 




Daniel C. Cappiello 



Andrea Antonio Carabillo 



Alexia Brylawski Mountain I 3ke$, NJ. Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau 

Sigma, President* American Society oi Me haj I I ngineering, Sn»ji,il 

Chairperson, Mechanical Engineering and Mechanic Student Faculty 

Council; Tau Beta Pi- 
Stephen Alexander Buck I 'iic ill. PA Marketing. Theatre minor. PhlSigma 
Kappa, Steward, Philanthiopvc hairperson 

James T. Buckley, Jr. Newtonville, MA. Accounting. Phi Kappa Theta; 
[nterfratemjty Council, tceasujer; Fraternity Management Association, 
Vice-chairman; Order of Omega; Who's Who Among American College 
and University Students. 

Peter Buckley Sea Girt, N|. Government. Baseball; Sigma Chi; All-Patriot 
League Baseball. 

Patrick Christian Buddenbaum Acton, MA. Electrical Engineering. In- 
door and Outdoor Track and Field, Captain; Student Athletic Council, 
Student Ambassadors. 

David Christopher Buehrle 1 lanover, PA. Physics. Astronomy minor. 
Society pi Physics Students, Secretary, President; Volunteer House, vie 

President, President. 

Nicole Danielle Bunker Watchung, NJ. Urban Studies. Diving Team; 
S.T.A.R. Volunteer, Female Freshman Athlete of the Year- 
Kevin Webster Bunting Cheshire} CT. Accounting. Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Aiden Patrick Burke Culpeper, VA. Industrial Engineering and History 
Newman Council, Vice President; History Honors 

Charles Graham Burton IV Ridgefield, CT. Computer Science Residence 
Halls Council; Debate Team; Fastbreak Club; Association for Computing 
Machinery. 

Raymond M.Burynski Piscataway.NJ. Mechanical Engineering Philoso- 
phy minor. WLVR radio station; Philosophy Club; Freshman Orientation 
Leader; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau 
Sigma. 

John Caldwell Buta Salem, OH. Mechanical Engineering. Architecture 
minor. Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairperson, Scholarship Chairperson. 
Tanya Nancy Butensky Whitehall, PA. Behavioral Neuroscience. Biology 
minor. Cross Country, Captain; Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary; Newman 
Center volunteer; Freshman Orientation Leader; Student Ambassadors 

John Anthony Cabezas Plamsboro, NJ, Mathematics. Choir; Overtones; 
Choral Union 

Brian Calabrese Pennington, NJ. Behavioral Neuroscience. Sigma \u. 
Rugby Club; Chi Psi; Dean's List. 

Alan Calderon Plainview, NY. Accounting. Communication minor. Hillel 
Society, Vice President; Accounting Club, Newsletter Editor; Brown & 
White; Investment Club; Intramural Sports, Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Jody Fournier Cameron Tampa, FL. Accounting* Forum; Student Senate; 
Accounting Club; Alpha Gamma Delta. 

Jonathan Campbell Madison, NJ. Computer Engineering. Music minor. 
Marching Band; Concert Band; Wind Ensemble; Jazz Band; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 

Eta Sigma 

Melissa Lynn Campinell Riverside, CT. Journalism. Government minor 
Gamma Phi Beta. Standards Committee; Brown & White, News Editor; 
Dean's I isi 

lennifer Susan Canavan Norristown, PA. Psychology. Swimming. 

William F. Candy Southampton PA Mechanical Engineering Street 
I lockey Club; Tau Beta Pi. President; Lehigh L niversitv Volunteers; Intra- 
muraisports Manager; \m>Tu .m si, set\ ot Mr, nanicalEngini i 
ol Automotive Engineers; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi 

John B. Cannito W.n ne, I 1 \ Environmental Science and Resource Man- 
agement 

Alison Rachel Cantor Potomac MD. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Executive Board. \ ice President of Finance, Assistant Treasurer; Account- 
ing Club; Beta Alpha Psi. Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Dean's List 

Kimberly A. Capinski Pott-town PA. Architecture. Psychology minor 
American lnstiruteot Architecture Students 

Daniel C. Cappiello Bellerose, N i Finance -. \\ I VRradiostation, Program 
Director; Delta Tail Delta. Social Chairperson. 

Andrea Antonio Carabillo Closter, Nl Electrical Engineering Varsity 
Baseball. Captain: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Athletic 
Life Committee. 



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TOP TEN LIST: 

How can you tell you're a senior? 

10. A "possibility of flurries" means you forget about the hike down to Maginnes. 

9. You forget the Greek alphabet but you know the Ho's party schedule. 

8. You take Eco 1 for fun. 

7. "Rush" means the hurrying you do to get to the Ho. 

6. The only mail you get is from the Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

5. You don't recognize anyone on campus anymore. 

4. The trip down to Drown is too far without a car. 

3. After four years of bitching about parking tickets, you tell the ticket man what you 

swore you always would. 

2. You are such a pro at blocking classes that the registrar knows you by name. 

1. You take the time to make stupid lists like this. 



Scott D. Casselberry 



Nicholas Peter Cassino 




Spencer Chesman 



Catherine Chiavetta 




Charles C. Choe 



Carl J. Chrisbacher 



294 Seniors 




Debra Carter 



Laura Michelle Caselli 



Darren Andrew Cassel 




Stephanie Kate Cervoni 



Albert Chang 



Wendy Chapot 




Gwyneth Child 



Derrick Richard Chin 



Richard A. Chinitz 




Thomas P. Cargill, Jr. Melrose, MA. Electrical Engineering. Institute of 
Electrical and Electronics Engineers; DiningCommittee; Intramural Sports. 

John Rees Carroll knimitsburg, MD Mathematics. Computer Science 
minor. Rugby Club; Gryphon Society; Freshman Orientation Leader; Stu- 
dent Activities Council, Film Committee; Film Society; Scottish Ethnology 
Society; Day Care Volunteer; Study Abroad, University of Edinburgh; 
Intramural Champion, Dean's List. 

Debra Carter Wayne, PA. Environmental Science and Resource Manage- 
ment Gamma Phi Beta; Choral Union; Student Tutor. 

Laura Michelle Caselli Vienna, VA. Accounting. 

Darren Andrew Cassel Chalfont. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Econom- 
ics minor. Sigma Phi. 

Scott D. Casselberry Read ing, PA. Electrical Engineering. Trackand Field. 

Nicholas Peter Cassino Baldwin, NY. Accounting. Delta Phi, President, 
Social Chairperson, Interfraternitv Council, Social Committee Chairprr 
son; AccountingClub; Lehigh inSwitzerland; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Dean's List. 

Stephanie Kate Cervoni Pelham, NY. Government. Law and Writing 
minors. Gryphon Society, Vice President; Pre-Law Society, President; 
Newman Council; Lehigh University Volunteers 

Albert Chang Ridgewood,N|. Materials Science and Engineering. Music- 
minor. Forum; Student Senate; Jazz Ensemble; Wind Ensemble; Gryphon 
Society. 

Wendy Chapot Neshanic Station, NJ. Accounting. Law minor. Equestrian 
Club; Entrepreneurs Club; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Spencer Chesman Bedford, NY. Mechanical Engineering and Govern- 
ment. Sigma Nu, President; College Republicans. 

Catherine Chiavetta Harrington Park ,\l Accounting. American Litera- 
ture minor. Accounting Club; Benefit for the Homeless; Residence Halls 
Council; Epitome.Senior Section Editor; Beta Alpha Psi, Newsletter Editor. 

Gwyneth Child Wayne, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Science Writing 
minor. Equestrian Club; Sailing Club; Pi Tau Sigma: Society of Women 
Engineers, High School Outreach Committee; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Derrick Richard Chin Paramus, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Classics 
minor. Delta Chi, House Manager; East Asian Society; Dean's List. 

Richard A. Chinitz Ridgewood \l Finance r-\ihology minor. Delta Tali 
Delta, Vice President, Assistant Treasurer, Investment Club, Vue President. 

Charles C. Choe Scotch Plains, NJ. Biology Religion Studies minor. 
Mustard Seed Fellowship; Korean Students Associate •: ient, 

S.T.A.R. Tutor; Dean's I St 

CarlJ.Chrisbacher W.n ne \l Materials Science and Engineering. Delta 
Chi. Social Chairman; Student Materials Sen [i 

Kimberly Ann Christian Noxthport, NA Chemical Engineering. Delta 
Zeta; Society of Women Engineers, Secretary. 

loel Zimmerman Christman Lebanon, PA Civil Engineering Delta Chi; 
\ tit. i ican Society of Ci\ il Engineers. 

Tracey Anne Christoph Edison, \l. Accounting. 



Kimberly Ann Christian Joel Zimmerman Christman Tracey Anne Christoph 



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296 Seniors 



Maryelyn Katherine Coogan 



Amy R. Cook 



Alison Ann Corbett 



Peter R. Corbin 




Earl A.Clark 



Richard R.Clark 



Tommy Lee Clark Jr. 




Christine Cobb 



Stacev Beth Coffman 



Debra Ruth Cogan 




lanine Marie Connor 



Patrick E. Connors 



Patrick Thomas Conrov 




TroyLeeChronistcr t irl "\ IndustrialEngincenng. Alpha TauOmega. 

Richard BenChingChu Saint Thomas, Virgin Island* Behavioral Nleuro- 
science. East Asian Studio minor. East Asia Society, President, Secretary, 
Be-4 Buddit"-. Program Coordinator; OmiCTOn Delta Kappa, Vice President; 
Psi Chi, Who's Who Among American College and University Students, 
Dean's List 

Earl A.Clark BndgewaterNE Mechanical Engineering Intramurals; Beta 
Theta Pi, House Manager 

Richard R. Clark Tunkhannock. PA Chemical Engineering. Football; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers: CTE Academic All-American; 
Scholar- Athlete Award; Dans List 

Tommy Lee Clark Jr. Camden, NL Sociology Religion Studies minor 
Football. 

Sallie Elizabeth Clements Greenwich. CT. Finance Model United Na- 
tion*. 

Thomas Clydesdale I long Kong Finance. Golf Team, Co-Captain 
dent Athlete Council; Gryphon Society. 

Christine Cobb Fort Washington. PA. Biology. Psychology and American 
Literature minors. Forum, Student Co-chairperson; Student Senate, Public- 
ity Chair. Campus Improvement Chairperson; Residence Halls Council, 
Vice President tor IVogramming; Dear. 

Stacey Beth Coffman Huntingdon Valley, PA Marketing. Psychology 
minor. Alpha Omicron Pi, Assistant Treasurer; Marketing Club, Vice Presi- 
dent of Communications; Benefit for the Homeless, Chairperson: invest- 
ment Club. 

Debra Ruth Cogan Pikesville, MD. International Careers. Psychology 
minor. Equestrian Club, Vice President, Secretary; Alpha Phi Omega, 
Secretary; Freshman Orientation Leader. 

William Charles Collard Manhasset, MV . Materials Science, Engineering 
and International Careers- Lacrosse; Interfraternity Council, Programming 
Chairperson; Lambda Chi Alpha, High Sigma. 

Angela Colyvas Broemall. PA International Careers English minor 
President s Commission on Diversity ; International Chib; Trustee Scholar- 
ship. 

Leonard L. Combs Madison NY Accounting and Biology. Wrestling. 

James Anthony Conlin Jr. Morristown. NJ Finance. Theta Delta Chi, 
President; Inrramurais; Outstanding Contribution to Student Life Award 

Sean Connolly Fairfield. CT Computer Engineering. Cognitive Science 
minor. OutingClub; Guitar Ensemble; Cycling Club; Eta Kappa Nu Trea- 
surer; Dean's lisl 

Janine Marie Connor Bnck. NI Electrical Engineering. Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Vice President, Sodal Chairperson; Inrramurais: Track and Field; 
Brown & White. 

Patrick E. Connors New Canaan. CT. Economics. Baseball: Economics 
Society; Theta Delta Chi, Rush Chairperson. 



Patrick Thomas Conrov Lake Mary FL Phys 
Sigma Kappa- 



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Tara Comwell 



Warren Vance Con- 



Matthew James Corson 



Kristine Conway RodcirilJe Centre, TfY.Etot hology minor. 

Delta Gamma; CI i reasurer: Economics Society. 

Manelyn Katherine Coogan Spring Lake NI Civil Engweerir 

space Studies minor. Softball, Captain; Air Force Resort eOtncers Training 
Corps: Student Ambassadors: Alpha Gamma Delta; American Society o) 
Civil Engineers. 

Amy R. Cook Fairbanks Ak English. Writing minor. Cross ( 

- and Outdoor Track and Field. 

Alison Ann Corbert Hanover, MA Mechanical Engines - 

Peter R. Corbin '.'. estport, CT. Psychology. Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Presi- 

- oal Chairman; Ice Hockey 13' President. 

Tara Comwell Salisbury Mills. NY Accounting- Gryphon Society, Trea- 
surer: Kappa Alpha Theta; Accounting Cub. Secretary; Dean - 

Warren Vance Corr East on PA. Chemical Engineering. American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers 

Matthew James Corson WHIowGrove PA Chemical Engineering. March- 
ig°7, - E^p Band, Treasurer; Bi ise Presi- 

dent; American Institute of Cherrucai Engineers. 

Chronister-Corson 297 




Kim Kochen, Jeff Goldberg, Laura Eaglesham, and Debby Formica love tailgaiting 

Big Hair rejuvenates 60's rock at Sammy and Pi Lam 

What comes to mind when you hear the words "Big Hair?" Richard Simmons? Don 
King? The Jackson Five? How about Lehigh's latest band party sensation, comprised 
of Todd Minehardt, '91 on bass; Drew Moss, '89, lead guitar, Dave Hauck, '90, 
keyboards and vocals; Greg Colasanti. '91, rhythm guitar and vocals; and Dave Kish, 
'90, on drums. 

Big Hair made its debut during the 1988 Lehigh-Lafayette weekend at Sigma Alpha 
Mu fraternity and Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. The band plays a wide variety of songs from 
the mid-sixties to the late sixties. 

How did they come up with a name like Big Hair? Todd Minehardt explains. "One 
of the residents of the house where we practice, originally wanted to call the band 'Hair,' 
while another suggested the name 'Big.' So we put the two together and 'Hair Big' just 
didn't sound right, so we switched the two." 

The group agrees that some of the crowd pleasers are Big Hair's versions of the 
Grateful Dead's "Franklin's Tower," Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London," the 
Spencer Davis Group's "Gimme Some Lovin'," Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's "Love 
the One You're With," Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl," and Santana's "Oye Como 
Va." 

How does Big Hair come up with their unique versions? "Basically, we take a tune 
and do with it what we think is necessary. We're not going to do it like the album," Hauck 
explained. 

"It's a style you can't find in a salon," Colasanti said. 



Kevin John Crealese 



Wade H. Cruse III 



Erica Jeanne Crespi 




Todd Cuddington 




Matthew R. Curtis 



Jeffrey Cutter 



298 Seniors 




Michael Coulslon 



David J. Cousineau 



Amy Lynn Covucci 




Christine Crippen 



Beth Croshaw 



Christopher Lucian Croteau 




David Michael Culhane 



Erin L. Cummings 



Joseph Francis Curtis III 




Kirsten Cyr 



Franco Fabio Daino 



James F. Dana II 



Kimberly A. Costas Seituale, MA International Relations. Government 
and Russian studies minors I J.li.i X<-t... J \e,.ulive, Assistant, PhiLintli 
( hairperson; Lehigh University Vnliue. i i I ri'.l A I. 

Patricia AnneCoughlin UpperSaddle River. NJ. Accountingaiul Interna- 
tional Relations. Forum; Student Activities Council, Investment Club; 
l.C. ARE.; Beta Alpha Psi, Reporting Secretary; Dean's List 

Michael Coulston New York, NY. English, International Relations minor 
Kappa Sigma, Rush Chairperson. 

David J. Cousineau Parsippanv, \J. Electrical Engineering. Music minor. 
Marching <J7, student Conductor; Wind Ensemble. President, Sex ial Man- 
ager, Stage Manager; Ja^? Ensemble; I'ep Band; |. B. Hlkus freshman Music 
Cup. 

Amy Lynn Covucci Andover, M Accounting and Marketing. Women m 
Business; Debate Eeam. 

Kevin John Crealese 1 lousatonic, MA. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi, Vice 
President; Investment Club; American Society ot Civil Engineers; Tau Beta 
Pi;ChiEpsilon. 

Erica Jeanne Crespi West Babvlon, MY. Biology and Journalism/Science 
Writing. Broun & White. Editor in Chief; "Mega Babes" Intramural Team. 

Christine Crippen Topstield, MA Civil Engineering. "Mega Babes" 
Intramural Team. 

Beth Croshaw Ballston Lake, NY. Mechanical Engineering. Marching 97, 
Librarian, Staff Assistant; Wind Ensemble, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Christopher Lucian Croteau Lambertville, N|. Accounting. Martindale 
Student Associate; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Wade H. Cruse III Allentown, PA. Materials Science and Engineering 

Student Materials Society. 

Todd Cuddington Mechanicsburg, PA. Industrial Engineering Chi Phi. 
Steward, Historian, IntramuralsChairperson, Industrial Engineering Coun- 
cil, Sophomore Class Representative. 

David Michael Culhane Lebanon, PA Chemical Engineering. Track and 
Field, lump Captain; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Treasurer. 

Erin L. Cummings Pittsburgh, PA. Civil Engineering. Student Senate; 
Forum; Society of Women Engineers, President; Delta Zcta; Chi Epsilon. 
OmicrQii Delta Kappa, Order of Omega; Class of '04 Award- 
Joseph Francis Curtis III Camp Springs, MD. Computer Engineering. 
Intramurals; Kappa Alpha Psi, Treasurer; National Societv of Black Engi- 
neers: Challenge tor Success Award 

Matthew Curtis Reading. PA. Finance. Brown <& White. Advertising 
Manager, Investment Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign 

Jeffrey Cutter New Canaan. CT. Electrical Engineering. Mustard and 
Cheese; Volunteer Fire Department Institute ot Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers Society 61 Manufacturing Engineers. 

Kirsten Cyr \V\ , kott NJ. Geology. Music minor Geology Club 

Franco Fabio Daino Dotiglaston. M Architecture International Club, 
Vice President: American Institute of Architecture Students; East Asian 
Soi iriv Dear 5 1 isl 

James F. Dana II \es,,uw! \, Mechanical Engineering Residence Halls 
Council, Hall President: Choir .Alpha Chi Rlio 



Costas-Dana 299 




Melissa Ann Delgado 



Bradley S. Delizia 



Traci Ann DeLucia 



Elizabeth A. DeMarte 



Richard C. Demert Jr. 




Linnae DeSantu 



300 Seniors 



JulianneDiCenso 



Geoffrey G.Diehl 



Brian Patrick Dilks 



Stamati D. Dimitrakis 




Deirdre Nicole Davey 



John Lynch Davis 



Stephen T. Davis 




Richard DeFeo 



Alison Leigh Degennaro Joseph Q. DeGregorio 




Matthew Joseph Demm 



Matthew B. DeNicola 



Michael Willem DeNie 




Matthew s. Daniels Pleasant Valley, NV < ivil I American 

Society ol ( ivil Engineers; jazz Band; Brown & White 

David Anthony Danowski Hicksvjlle, \ 1 Management ( hou. |\ '< 
Kill 

Delrdre Nicole I tavey East Moriches, NY. American Studies t, annua I 'hi 
Beta, Historian, Rituals Chairperson; Student Ambassad > isl 

John Lynch Davis Macon, (. A. Computer Science. Track and I 

Stephen T. Davis Philadelphia, PA. Social Relations I lealth and Human 
Development minor Intramural 1 -, Social Relations Club; WLVR I 

station 

Andrew Scott Dawson Macungie, PA. Engineering Rhysicsj SocieU of 
I'hvsics students. \ 'ice President; Volunteer House, CamingClub;TauBeta 



Joseph Day, Jr. Lopatcong, NJ. Computer Science. Cognitive Science 
minor. 

Richard DeFeo King of Prussia, PA. Accounting. Phi Gamma Delta. 

Alison Leigh Degennaro Scotch Plains, NJ. Government and American 
Studies. Alpha Phi 

Joseph Q. DeGregorio Moiitbursvflle, PA. Industrial Engineering. Tau 
Beta Pi, Corresponding Secretary; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Lehigh 
University Volunteers; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu 

Melissa Ann Delgado Great Neck. NY. Behavioral Neuroscience. SALSA, 
Vice President; Black Students Union; Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart; East 
Asian Society. 

Bradley S. Delizia Elkins Park, PA. Mechanical Engineering. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers; Kappa Sigma. 

Traci Ann DeLucia Whitehall, PA. Accounting Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Golden Key National Honor Society. 

Elizabeth A. DeMarte White Plains, NY Marketing. American Literature 
minor. Marketing Club; Epitome. Managing Editor; Dance Club, Vice 
President 

Richard C. Demert, Jr. Lisle, 1L. Finance. Military Science minor. Reserve 
Officers Training Corps; Delta Tau Delta, Vice President, Soaal Chairper- 
son, Intramural Chairman; I.C.ARF 

Matthew Joseph Demm Morris Plains N |. Accounting. Alpha Tau Omega. 

Matthew B. DeNicola Northvale. NJ. Industrial Engineering. Theta \i. 
President, Treasurer; Interfraternity Council representative, Judicial Com- 
mittee; Dean's List. 

Michael Willem DeNie Mullica Hill. NJ. History and English Pi kappa 
Alpha, Pledgemaster, Pledge Trainer, House Manager, House Morale 
Chairman; Amaranth Literary Magazine; Lehigh Pro-Choice Society ;Sigma 
Tau Delta; Phi Alpha Theta, President. Secretarv Arts and Science C i 
Scholar Program. 

LinnaeDeSanto Moosic, PA. Electrical Engineering. Institute el Electrical 
and Electronics Engineers, Nu iet\ ot Women Engineers, Alpha PhiOmega, 
Dance Club; Outing Club; Mustard and Che, se 

Julianne DiCenso Hingham, MA. Finance. 

Geoffrey G. Diehl WLnnetka, II Government and Urban Studies Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Community Service, Commuruf) Relations, Interfraternity 

Council representative. 

Brian Patrick DilksW est ucM \U 'omputerScience.FsiLpsdon.Record- 
ing Secretary, Treasurer, 

Stamati D. Dimitrakis New Brunswick. \ I Civil Engineering. American 
Sorietv of Civil Engineers; tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsiloni 

Jay William Dirkmaat II Bolton, MA. Marketing Psychology minor. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasurer; Brown & White; V\ I \ R radio station. 

Brian Dockray Boston. M \ V . minting. History minor. Theta Delta Chi; 
Beta Alpha I'm: History Honor Society. 

Colleen Marie Doherty Mohegan Lake, NY Mathematics. East Asian 
Studies minor DeltaZeta,CorrespondingSecretan AcademicsChairman; 
UTBEAT; Common Denominator Math Club; Order of Omega. Omicron 
Delta kappa. Dean's I ■' 



Jay William Dirkmaat II 



Brian Dockray 



Colleen Marie Doherty 



Daniels - Doherty 301 






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Nico/t' No/ns and /en Thoens smile and enjoy the sun 

Ground broken for business center 

Philip Rauch's dream of housing the entire College of Business and Economics under one 
roof is finally coming true. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Friday, April 7. 1989 
at the site and the construction of the Rauch Business Center. The Rauch Business Center 
will be the new headquarters for the business college. 

Rauch, a member of the Class of 1933, said when he was a business student at Lehigh, 
he "felt like an orphan of the engineering school." He said the dream of a Lehigh business 
school is finally coming true, and he is thankful that he is able to participate in it. His hope 
for the center is that "it will enhance the image of the Lehigh business school." 
The business center, set for completion in August 1990, will have four floors above ground, 
as well as one below. It will contain 40 classrooms, small breakout rooms, and a 200-person 
capacity auditorium. 

William L. Clayton, a member of the Class of 1 95 1 and chairman of the Rauch Business 
Center Campaign Committee, said there had always been "a concept that someday there 
would be a focus for the College of Business and Economics." Now the concept has turned 
into a reality. 



Yasmin T. Dos 



John Dougherty 




William J. Doyle 



Claire Marie Dresen 




Dirk Lewis Dunlap Jr. 



Maureen Elizabeth Dunn 



302 Seniors 




Shawn M. Donahue 



Carmen D'Onofrio 



Kelly L. Donovan 




Adam Cass Drum 



Rachel Lisa DuBow 



Christine S. Duerk 




Steven Fredricks Dunn 



Laura Eaglesham 



Christopher Dolan Rockville Centre, N^ lournali-.m. Public Relations 
minor. 

Gregory Martin Dolce Stirling, NJ. Chemical Engineering: Psj UpsjJon, 
Academic Chairperson, Corresponding Secretary; Tau Beta Pi. 

Shawn M. Donahue Easton, PA. Finance. American I (istor) minor. Th'eta 
Delta Chi, Kjouse Manager, Pledge Educator, Executive Committee. 

Carmen D'Onofrio Churchville, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Cycling 
Team, President; Dean's List. 

Kelly L.Donovan Mornsville, PA. Art, Graphic C "omnium, atipjtcoricerl- 
tration. Art I listory minor. Swim Team. 

Yasmin T. Dos Belle Terre, NY. English. English Club; Dean's List. 

John Dougherty Vineland.NJ. Molecular Biology Delta Tau DeIta;Grvphon 
Society; Biology Club. 

Kristen R, Dow Sudbury, MA. Marketing. American Literature minor. 
Benefit tor the Homeless; Marketing Club. 

Stephen Downey Middletown, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Benefit for the 
Homeless; VVLVR radio station; Freshman Orientation Leader. 

William Douglas Doyle Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

William J. Doyle Sudbury, MA. Management & Finance. Beta Theta Pi, 
Treasurer, Rush Chairperson. 

Claire Marie Dresen Wilton, CT. English. Marching 97, Rank Leader 
Publicity Manager; Sigma Tau Delta, President 

Adam Cass Drum Millburn, NJ- Industrial Engineering. Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Fraternity Educator;Sailing Team; UPBEAT; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Society of Manufacturing Engineers 

Rachel Lisa DuBow Scarsdale, NY English. Alpha Phi, Administrative 
Assistant; English Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean- Lisl 

Christine S. Duerk Parsippanv, \l English 

Dirk Lewis Dunlap, Jr. Pipersville, PA American Studies. Kappa Sigma, 
Grand Scribe; Squash Club. 

Maureen Elizabeth Dunn St Charles, IL. Biology. Government minor. 
Gamma Phi Beta; Equestrian Club. 

Steven Fredricks Dunn Hellevue. \V A. Accounting aiid Finance H 
minor. Alpha Sigma Phi, President; Accounting Club; Beta Alph.i ! 

Laura Eaglesham Montclair NJ. Psychology Benefit for the Homeless; Big 
Sisters; Freshman Orientation Leader; Suim Team 

Elizabeth Ann Easley Racine. Wl loumalism. Graphic Communication 
minor Brown i White, Design Staff; Epitome. Co-Academics Editor. 
Senior SecttoYi J alitor 



Elizabeth Ann Easley 



Dolan - Easley 303 




David Mark Epstein 



Stacie Marie Esposito 



Danielle Essig 



Alfred F. Everett Jr. 



Bryan Everett 




Douglas Barry Fait 

304 Seniors 



Janice Sun Fang 



Paula Marcia Farnsworth 



John Michael Fasano 



Parvez Mehboob Fatteh 




Steven L. Effron 



Scott Ehlers 



Timothy R.Elliott 




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Courtenay Deene Engelke 



Stephen Morris England 



Peter Karl Entner 




Stephen Kenneth Eynon 



Thomas J. Falcone 



Stefan Falke 




Brian Frederick Fawcett 



Lydia Federico 



Mark William Feinberg 



liicl Eckhause Williamsburg, VA Mechanical Engineering Societ) oi 
Automotive Engineers; Kmerican Societ) of Mi hani il Engineers; Pro 
isive Students Alliance; Pi fan Sigma. 

lennifer Mary Economides Oakland \rt and American 

Lttaraturejnuior.Debate Team, Treasure! 
I JooieJe . Publicity Chairperson. 

Steven L. Effron Poughkeepsie, N\ International Rela mics 

minor. Investment Club, Vice,President; International Relations GhrtvCc* 

Chairperson; Alphi C hi Rhp, 

Scott Ehlers Gcrmantown, MD. Finance. Chi Phi, Treasurer, I ittle sister 
Rusb Chairperson 

I imothy R. Elliott c ran/ord, Nl. Chemical Engineering. American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers: Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice President 

Dorian Elton Chagrin falls, OI I Psychology Alph.i Phi, Brown & \\ 
Assistant Phpto Iditor; Dean's List. 

Leslie Phifer Embree Sea Cliff, NY. International Relations;. Art minor. 
Gamma Phi Beta, House Manager, Recording Secretary. 

Courtenay Deene Engelke DoylesUnvn, PA. Finance. German minor. 

Panhellenic Council Judicial Board, Chairperson; RushCounselor;Gryphon 
Society; Alpha Omicron Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Treasurer. 

Stephen Morris England Media, PA. Civil I i Americans- 

of Civil Engineers; Chi Epsilon. 

Peter Karl Entner Malvern, PA. Mechanical Engineering Association of 

United States Armv, Vice President; American Society ot Mechanical 
Engineers; Ranger Challenge Team; Pi Kappa Alpha; Assault Awareness, 
Instru ctor; Society of American Military Engineers: Pi Tau Sigma, Scabbard 
and Blade. 

David Mark Epstein Framingham, MA. Finance. Alpha Sigma Phi, 
President. 

Stacie Marie Esposito Timonium, MD. Accounting- Graphic Communi- 
cation minor. Marketing Club; Accounting Club; Freshman Orientation 

Danielle Essig Warminster, PA. Marketing. Peer Educator: Epitome, 
Business Editor; Progressive Students Uliance; Lehigh I niversity Volun- 
teers, Tutor; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma 

Alfred F. Everett, Jr. Massev, MD. Industrial Engineering. Alpha Tau 
Omega; Institute of Industrial Engineers, Vice President 

Bryan Everett Darien, CT. International Careers History and Economics 
minors. National Historical Honor Society; International Careers Club; 
Theta Delta Chi 

Stephen Kenneth Eynon Ri ver Ed ;je.\'J. Journalism. Theatre minor. Delta 
Upsilon, Social Chairperson, Rush Chairperson; Mustard andCh< 

Thomas J. Falcone Verona, NI. Accounting. Sigma Chi. Beta .Alpha P-i 

Stefan Falke Fairbanks. Ak Physics and German. Basketball; jazz En- 
semble; German Consulate Award for German Language and Literature, 
Richard SJaff Sportsman Cup. 

Douglas Barn Fait River Edge, \|. international Relations American 
Literature minor. Lehigh Christian Fellowship; Crew Club. 

Janice Sun Fang Bethlehem, PA Accounting and Fast. \-nnst 

Countrv; Track .\nd Field: Soccer Team: Alpha Gamma Delta, recording 

secretary; Panhellenic Council Judicial Board 

Paula Marcia Farnsworth Scotch Plains \l Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Secretary; Student Acti\ 
Council, Secretary: Student Facility Committee, Equestrian Club. 

John Michael Fasano 1 aiu aster PA Civil Engineering American Society 
ofCivil Engineers; Chi Epsilon. 

Parvcv Mehboob Fatteh OkemOS-, Ml Pre-Modic.i! Science. Intramurals. 

Brian Frederick Fawcett Qrangi -mics. Chi Phi, Social Chairper- 

son Rush Committee. 

Lydia Federico Chevy Chase. MD, loumalism. Gamma Phi Beta, Corre- 
sponding Secretary 

Mark William Feinberg Schenectady. NY Pre-Medical Science Jewish 
es minor. HilkT Society. President. Secretary: Phi Beta Kappa. 



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Hollie Nottingham, Liz Wagner, and Kristen Blamble enjoy the Delta 
Gamma faculty tea 

AIDS strikes 
college campuses 

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is an 
increasing problem in today's society. College students are 
considering how it will affect them in the "real world." 
However, the "real world" is already here, and so is AIDS 
on college campuses. 

According to a recent study conducted by the American 
College Health Association, three out of every 1 ,000 
students at schools similar to Lehigh carry the HIV virus that 
is responsible for the disease. In response to the study, 
Lehigh's administration sees education as the primary response to the AIDS issue. 

However, students expressed mixed feelings towards that stance. Many students feel that 
they have already been educated enough and believe that the wrong issue is being tackled 
in dealing with AIDS. Many students believe that attitudes must change and that openness 
about the disease would increase knowledge of the seriousness of AIDS. 

These beliefs are not isolated among students. The Health Center also believes that 
students need to be more aware of the direct effect AIDS could have on them. The Health 
Center agrees that students are becoming more open and aware of AIDS, but they also feel 
that many students still have not been educated enough. Students need to understand that 
AIDS connects to everyday life. College students are not immune to this disease, since 



Cindy Finn 



Elizabeth Anne Fischer 




Eric Charles Fleisher 



Debra Formica 



Mark Formica 




Jennifer Frame 



JohnD. Franchini 



306 Seniors 



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Andrew Clifford Fiala 



Jeffrey Fidacaro 



Erica L. Fingar 




Mollie Fisher 



Paul C. Fisher 



Karen Flam 




Rory Leigh Foss 



Melissa Jean Foster 



Sean Patrick Foy 




Andres E. Franklin 



Brian S. Frev 



Sandra Friedberg 



Mark Evans Fenstermacher Pottsville, I'A- Accounting. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
lniramur.il Manager; Intramural sports, 

Alexandra Fcyns Caithershurg, Ml) Marketing Alpha Chi Omega, 
Secretary, (, lass Argent; Kmhellenic Council, Ku>h Counselor; Marketing 
Club. 

Andrew Clifford Fiala Moorestown, \| Accounting. Urban Studies 
minor. Student A. li\ itn -s(. nuncil, Special Events Chairperson; Martindalc 
Center Student Associate, Swim Team, Manager; Accounting Club, Phi Eta 
Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa. 

Jeffrey Fidacaro Karitan, \J. Mechanical Engineering. Kappa Sigma, 
Grand Procurator, Pledge Master; Ski C rub, Vice (President; Pi Tau Sigma 

Erica L. Fingar Darien, CT. Economics. Psychology minor. String Orches- 
tra; Benefit for the Homeless. 

Cindy Finn South Orange, NJ. Marketing Marketing Club, Newsletter 
Chairperson; Investment Club; Alpha Gamma Delta, Steward. 

Elizabeth Anne Fischer Scarsdale. \Y. English. Communication minor 
Alpha Phi, Assistant Steward; Brown & White; Dean's List. 

Mollie Fisher Mechanicsburg, PA. Marketing. Marketing Club; Alumni 
Fund Raising. 

Paul C. Fisher Smithtown, NY. Accounting. Fraternity Management 
Association, Chairman of the Board; Phi Kappa Theta, Treasurer, Steward 

Karen P. Flam Doylestown, PA. Pre-Dental Sciences. Acting/Directing 
minor. Chi Delphia, Delta Chi LittleSister; National Association of i 
and University Residence Halls, Associate Director; Residence Hall 
Council, Taylor College President; Lehigh University l HitstandingNTv ice 
Award; NACURH; Silver Pin Recipient. 

Eric Charles Fleischer Rockville Centre, NY. Mechanical Engineering, 
lazz Ensemble; Wind Ensemble; Hillel Society, Treasurer. 

Debra Formica Cherr\ Hill.M Accounting Psychology minor. Benefitfor 

the Homeless; Accounting Club; Freshman Orientation Leader. 

Mark Formica Piscatawav, N). Economics. Air Force Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps; String Orchestra. 

Rory Leigh Foss RosK n.\i Marketing Writing minor MarkctingClub. 
Amaranth; Brown & White; Alpha Phi. Song Chairperson; Lambda Mu 
Sigma; Dean's List. 

Melissa Jean Foster Marietta. GA Architecture and Computer Science 
Wprhen s Soccer; Alpha Gamma Delta. 

Sean Patrick Foy Dowmngtown. PA. Finance. Computer Science minor 
Pi Kappa Alpha. SocialChairperson, Greek Week Chairperson. DreamGirl 
Pageant Chairperson. 

Jennifer Frame Emerson. \1 Finance Psychology minor. Gamma Phi 

Beta President, Rush Chairperson; Softball.-Student Ambassadors; Invest- 
ment Club, ITBEAT. LVan s List. 

JohnD.Franchini Fairfield, CT. Social Relations Phi Delta Theta. commu- 
nity action group: Dean's List. 

Andres E. Franklin Condado, Puerto Rico Finance. Theta Delta Chi 

Brian S. Frev Glencoc, IL. International Relations Delta Upsilon, Vice- 
President, Social Chairperson, Rush Chairperson; Football. 

Sandra Friedberg Somerset \1 Social Relations Jewish Studies minor. 
Tennis Co-Captain: Alpha Omicron Pi. Chapter Relations Chair] 
Social Relations Club. 



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308 Seniors 



Patrick Michael Gilbride Maureen Margaret Gilligan 



Patrick D. Gilligan 



Michael Gilroy 




David Fuchs 



Timothy Allen Fulmer 



Heidi Marie Caito 




Andrew David Gattuso 



Donna Marie Gaugler 



Kristy S. Gearhart 




Alessandra Giampaolo 



JoannGiangiulio 



Anthony Giannuzzi 




Matthew John Girardv 



Laura Frikcrt Nutley, N| Philosophy. American Literature minor C.vm 
nasties Club, President 

Michelle Mariel risch Sewickiey, PA Ma hanii al Engineering. Alpha Chi 

Omega, Social Chairperson, Membership Development Chairperson; 
American Soc let v of Mechanical Engineers; Women m Student Education; 
New Bethany Ministries volunteer. Benefit tor the I lomelcs-,. Senior* 
Gift Campaign. 

David Fuchs Wayne, \l Finance English minor English Club, Vice 
President; Sigma Fau Delta. 

Timothy Allen Fulmer Bethlehem, PA. Civil Engineering. Science, Tech- 
nology and Society minor. Chi Epsilon. 

Heidi Marie Caito Montvillc, NJ. Accounting. Accounting Club; Invest- 
ment Club; Ski Club; Beta Alpha Psi.lorresponding Se< ret.irv 

Darren Calatt Briarcliff Manor, NY. Marketing. Psychology minor. Kappa 
Sigma, Grand Master of Ceremonies; Residence Halls Council, Hall Presi- 
dent. 

Kathleen A. Gardella Kiverton, NJ. Economics. French minor. Women in 
Business, Treasurer; Stud v Abroad. 

Andrew David Gartuso VVobuni, MA. MechanicalEngineering. Pi Lambda 
Phi, Treasurer; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Donna Marie Gaugler Bethlehem, PA. Science, Technology and Society. 
Varsitv Volleyball, Captain, Second Team, All Patriot League. 

Kristy S. Gearhart Plainfield, NJ. Marketing 

Brent Gehring Virginia Beach, VA. Economics. Southbound. 

Peter Morgan Geiger Reston, VA. Behavioral Neurosdence. Phi Kappa 
Psi, Vice President; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Jason Gendel Pinebrook, NJ. Government. Religion Studies minor. 

Marc Anthony Gesualdo Edison, NJ Journalism. Brown & White, Sports 
Editor; WLVR radio station, Co-Sports Director. 

Sarah Getchell Malvern, PA. Mechanical Engineering and Psychology; 
Student Senate, Publicity Chairperson; Forum, Community Relations Chair- 
person; OCTOPUS, President; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi Chi; Dean's List 

Alessandra Giampaolo Baltimore, MD Psychology. Japanese- minor. 
WLVR radio station; Chi Delphia; "Mega Babes" Intramural Team. 

Joann Giangiulio Ardmore, PA. Government. Gryphon Society; Lehigh 
University Volunteers; Student Senate: Forum. 

Anthony Giannuzzi Greenwich, CT. MechanicalEngineering. Beta Theta 



Jonathan William Gibson New \ ernon, \|. History. Kappa Sigma. 

Patrick Michael Gilbride North Massapeoua. NY. Accounting. Invest- 
ment Club; Accounting Club; College Republicans; Senior Class Gift Cam- 
paign. 

Maureen Margaret Gilligan Danen, CT. Marketing Gamma Phi Beta: 
Tutor. 

Patrick D. Gilligan Montclair. NJ. Accounting. East Asian Studies minor. 
Lacrosse. Captain; Investment Club; Zeta Psi. 

Michael Gilroy Philadelphia. PA Marketing. French minor Mustard and 
Cheese; Lehigh Christian Fellowship: Marketing Club: Catholic Campus 
Ministry; Outstanding College Students ol America. 

Matthew John Girardv Gladstone, NL Behavioral .N'eurosiience. Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship; Marching u 7. Senior Representative; Concert Band; 
Pep Band, Dean's List. 

Melissa B.Gitlin Newton MA Government Theatre minor. Alpha Phi; 

Vice President; Mustard and Cheese: Dean's List. 

David Allan Gittleman Plamville, CT. Biochemistry. Sigma Phi. 



Melissa B. Gitlin 



David Allan Gittleman 



Frikert - Gittleman 309 




Gene Heskin and Christine Torigian - "Kowabunga Duties " 



Two sororities move to the Hill 

Alpha Chi Omega and Delta Zeta sororities will move to the hill in the summer of 1990, 
in a three-year temporary housing agreement with the University. Alpha Chi and DZ will 
occupy the buildings that housed Sigma Chi and Alpha Chi Rho fraternities. Currently, 
Alpha Chi and DZ are housed in Hartman and Gipson Colleges in Saucon Village. 

Sigma Chi and Crow, disbanded in 1989, will be guaranteed the option to recolonize at 
Lehigh. If their recolonization is successful, the two fraternities will be allowed to reoccupy 
their former houses. 

The University proposed Hill housing to the sororities in December, 1989. Representa- 
tives from the sororities picked out of a hat to see which house each chapter would occupy. 
The two groups will live on the Hill, the focus of much of the social life at Lehigh, but will 
abide by national sorority rules: no alcohol in the houses. Sisters from both sororities 
approve of this no-alcohol policy. 

Many students, however, believe that the Hill is not an appropriate place for women to 
live. Dean of Students Sheila Hyde said, "[The safety of the sororities] was one thing we 
discussed with the two groups, their nationals, and their alumnae, to make sure that we were 
up front about knowing that there were some perceived risks, whether they are real or not. 
I think that we would all like to give our men the benefit of the doubt that (The Hill] is a 
safe environment for both men and women." 

The sororities and the University will work together to devise a plan that will ensure that 
security is adequate. Security options include increased lighting near the houses and 
outdoor telephones. 



Douglas Leigh Goldner 



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Dana Jill Goldstein 




Eric Greenwald 



Graham Greenwood 



310 Seniors 



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Amy Gold 



Jeffrey A. Goldberg 



Douglas S. Goldfein 




Sayan Sabi Gomel 



Sonal P. Goodluck 



Seth Jason Goodman 




Jeffrey Charles Grau 



John Grayson 



Jonathan I. Green 




Deborah Jane Gregg 



Alyssa Greif 



Dawn Grella 



Sarah Beth Glasgow Newton, M A .Social Relations Jewish Studies mm., r 

I.C 

A.R.E. 

Stuart Glickman l'ike-.ville,MD. Mechanical Engineering. Pi Lambda Phi, 
Steward, Pledge Coordinator, 

Amy Cold Merrick, NY. Accounting. Alpha Phi; An ountingC lub; Student 
Activities Council; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Jeffrey A. Goldberg Bellmore, NY. Accounting; English minor, 
lntertratemih Council. President, Vice President;Councilol Student Presi- 
dents; Beta Theta Pi, Secretary; Junior Interfraternity Council, Advisor, Co- 
Author of constitution by-laws; Forum; Student Sen. i te. Accounting Club; 
Investment Club; Street Hockey Club; Greeks Advocating the Mature 
Management of Alcohol, Founding Member; Interfraternal Award; Order 
of Omega. 

Douglas S. Goldfein New York, NY. American Studies. Kappa Sigma; 
Dean's List. 

Douglas Leigh Goldner Short Hills, NJ Government. Epitome, Sports 
Editor: Brown & White; Sigma Alpha Mu;Pre-Law Society; Dean's LiSI 

Dana Jill Goldstein Fort Washington. PA. Psychology. Health Professions 
Society; Alpha Omicron Pi. Membership Education Chairperson; Benefit 
for the I lomeless. 

Sayan Sabi Gomel Izmir, Turkey. Architecture and Civil Engineering. 
American Institute of Architecture Students; International Club. 

Sonal P. Goodluck New Providence, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Institute 
of Industrial Engineers, Treasurer; Society of Women Engineers; Indian 
Students Association. 

Seth Jason Goodman Suffield, CT Finance. Investment Club; Debate 
Team; Alpha Chi Rho. 

James T. Gordon III Cluster. NJ. Mathematics. Statistics minor Baseball; 
Phi Eta Sigma. 

Christine L. Granda Pleasantville, NY. Mechanical Engineering Societ) oj 
American Military- Engineers, Vice-President. Seabbard and Blade; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers Arms Reserve Officers Training 
Corps. Association of U.S. Army; Lehigh Rangers 

leffrey Charles Grau Gladwvne. PA. Finance French minor. Alpha Sigma 
Phi, President; Investment Club; French Club; Squash. Co-Captain 

fohn Grayson South Hadlev, MA Mechanical Engineering and German. 
Gryphon Society; Black Students Union; National Society oi Black Engi- 
neers; Challenge for Success Peer Counselor. 

Jonathan I. Green Holmdel, NJ. lournalism. Communication minor 
Brown & White, Sports Editor; WL VR radio station. Sports Director 

Eric Greenwald New > ork. N Y Government. 

Graham Greenwood Putt-town. PA. Accounting. Phi Kappa Theta. Presi- 
dent, Rush Chairperson 

Deborah Jane Gregg White Plains, N> English. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Publicity Chairperson; Rush Counselor: Epitome, Photo Editor 

Alyssa Greif Ha/leton PA. Accounting Alpha Phi; Student Activities 
Council; Accounting Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Dawn Grella Staten I-I.ind. M . Economics and Management. Alpha 
Omicron Pi 



Glasgow - Grella 311 




Debby Formica, Doug Whitman, and Laura Eaglesham at New York City's Ticker Tape Parade for the Gulf War 

Soldiers 



Alex Guzinski 



Horace A. Hamm 



Rebecca Anne Hanley 



Melissa Marie Hantak 



Stephen Harap 



Rick Gyan 




James P. Hardy 



312 Seniors 




Christine Grounds 



Maria A. Gugliotta 



Kristin Annette Gunzel 




Robert G.Haak 



Theodore Boyd Hackman 



Eric L. Hagberg 




lobert Patrick Hamilton, Jr. 



Stacey A. Hamilton 



Steven R. Hamlen 




Peter Harms 



Kimberly Paige Harris 



Mark David Harris 



Amy (.ri» howsky Mahanoy* ity, PA. Marketing Aiph * i'.i, 

House Manager; Gym nasi i. s< lub;l ehigh University Vo1unteers;5tudent 
Activities Council; Women involved In Student Education 

Mark tdward Grossman Holbl Jogy 

minor 1 [illel & » iety; Intramurals, Manager; r.m Beta I'i. I teaji 

Christine Grounds Princeton, N). Art HTistory Religion Studies minor 

ma Phi Beta. 

Maria A. Gugliotta Oyster Bay Cove, NPi Finam e and Marketing. Market- 
ing Club, President; WLVK radio station. Business Manager; Ins! 
Orientation Leader 

Kristin Annette Gun/el EastMeadow,NY Biocbemisby. German minor. 
Gryphon Souctv; Volunteer House; Visiting In tu rcrsC ommiltee; Ameri- 
can Chemical Society 

AlexGuzinski Decrtield Beach, PL Mechanical Engineering Intramurals, 

Manager 

RickGyan Fanwood.NJ. Computer Science. Phi Sigma Kappa, President, 
Sei retary* Steward. 

Robert G. Haak Malvern, PA. Electrical Engineering. Amateur Radio 
Society, President; Eta Kappa Nu, Vice President; Pep Band; Lehigh Chris- 
tian fellowship 1 ; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta I'i 

Theodore Boyd Hackman Newtown. PA Management. PhiSigma Kappa 

Eric L. Hagberg Great Barrington, MA Civil Engineering. Chi I'si Frater- 
nity, Steward, Lodge Manager; Wrestling, Football. 

Jeffrey L. Hahn Hershey, PA. MaterialsScienceand Engineering. Football; 
Delta Upsilon, President, Interfratemity Council; Student MaterialsSocicty; 
Drama Club; American Standards and Testing for Materials. Outstanding 
College Students of America. 

Michael Andrew Hajjar Harrisburg, PA Inchistrial Engineering Volley- 
ball Club; Percussion Ensemble; International Club; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Dean's List. 

David W. Hakins Wyckoff, NJ. Electrical Engineering I'si Upsilon, \ rce 

President, Social Chairperson. 

Gamil H. Hall Chester. PA Architecture psychology minor. Basketball; 
Lacrosse; Black Students Union. 

Michelle Halpin Falmouth. MA. Environmental Science and Resource 
Management. 

Robert Patrick Hamilton, Jr. Towson, MD Civil Engineering La. re 
Phi Gamma Delta. Corresponding Secrctar\ : Tau Beta Pi: Chi EpSUon, 
Secretary. 

Stacey A. Hamilton Slevetsihk \i Finance and Amounting. Freshman 
Orientation Leader, Planning Committee; Residence I kills Council: Stu- 
dent Senate. 

Steven R. Hamlen Annville, PA: Chemical Engineering. American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers, Taeku on Do Club; WLVK radio station; Alpha 
Chi Kho. 

Horace A. Hamm Fort Lauderdale. EL Social Relations. Education minor 
Football. Patriot League Player of the "i ear; SoccerfTtackahd Field; Intra- 
mural Basketball; Black Students Union; Peer Counselor; Honors in Social 

Relation^ 

Rebecca Anne Hanlev ( Hen R.vk . \l International Relations. Journalism 
minor. Gamma Phi Beta: Brown & White; Crew Team. 

Melissa Marie Hantak Flanders, \] English Student Activities Council 
Secretary, President. \ oluntecr Tour Guide: Student Ambassadors. Coun- 
cil ot Student Presidents 

Stephen Harap Westport. CT Psychology. Tau Epsilon Phi. President, 
House Manager Rush Chairperson; I TBI VTi I'si Chi; Orrucron Delta 
Kappa; Dean - I isl 

James P. Hardv Massapratu Park \ 1 Mechanical Engineering. Ameri- 
can Society ot Mechanical Engineers; Freshman Orientation Leader, Kappa 
Alpha. Intramural Manager; Intramural Champ: 

Peter Harms Glen I IK n, II. Chemical Engineering. Marching 97; Wind 
Ensemble; Tau Beta Pi; Phi tt.i S 

Kimberly Paige Harris Cherry Hill. \l Psychology 1 ; Alpha Chi Omega: 
I FBI AT 1 ehigh Big Sisters I rttle Sisters Dean s List. 

Mark David Harris Pittsburgh, PA Mechanical Engineeringand Materials 
e and Engineering Ti Kappa Alpha. 



Grochowsky - Harris 313 




Bernal Reflects on U.S. Invasion of Panama 

For the past 21 years, Miguel Antonio Bernal, a visiting professor in the International 
Relations Department, has struggled against the military regime in Panama in hopes of 
someday achieving his freedom for his country. Finally his dream has come true — at least 
temporarily. 

The U. S. invasion of Panama, which began in the early morning hours of December 20. 
1989. resulted in the capture of former dictator General Manuel Noriega and restored 
democracy to Panama. The newly-elected president Guillermo Endara now faces difficult 
tasks, said Bernal. Their job is to rebuild the Panamanian governmental structure and to 
prevent the military from seizing power. 

Bernal said that he is concerned about the government's recently announced plan to create 
a new 14.000-man defense force. "Panama will be a garrison state. " he said. "The new 
Public Force (the name for the Panamanian Army), will consist of mostly the same people 
who served under Noriega." 

Bernal told a story of a former Panamanian student who was recently appointed to govern 
a section of the country. In his inauguration speech, the student said, "From now on, the 
military will obey the civilian government." After this speech, an officer from the new 
Public Force said, "You can talk like that now . . . but just wait until the Americans leave. 
Then we'll see who's in charge." Bernal questions who the Public Force will fight. He stated 
that Panama did not need an army, but needed police with "short pants and a whistle." 

Bernal believes that in a couple of years, the United States will find itself in the same 
situation as it was with Noriega. "I am worried about a military coup. " he said. "A tiger 
does not suddenly become a vegetarian." 



William A. Henningson 



Barry Jeff Herman 



314 Seniors 




Lauren E. Hewitt 



Ann Katherine Hickey 




Kimberly Pawn Harvey 



Steven Marc Hatkin 



Sean Bryon Hayden 




Staci Elizabeth Heller Gregory James Hemingway Jennifer Leigh Henderson 




Joseph A. Herman 



Gene Patrick Heskin 



Kenneth lames Heuer 




leffrey Paul Hartman Silver Spring, MD Accounting Delia Phi i 

iog Secretary, Pledge Advisor; Senior C las: i ign, Investments 

i . m 1 1 1 itt.-. i o ( hairpei i m 

David D. Hartung Massapequa Par> '.. Go eminent Kappa Sigma, 

I louse Manager, Alumni C h.iirni.ni. Pledge Master; Ski Club. Treasurer 

Kimberly Dawn Harvey Brewster, \i (. hemica.1 Engineering. Naviga- 
tors; Alpha Chi Omega; Study Abroad. 

Steven Marc Hatkin Hamden.CT Accounting. Communication minor, 
BotaTheta Pi, President. Treasurer; Swim loam, C aptain; Student Senate 

Sean Byron Hayden Earmington Hills, Ml. Accounting ./■ ">sse 

Club. 

Geoffrey R.Hebert Fairport.NY. Architecture Lacrosse. 7. -la Psi; Patriot 
League Scholar Athlete 

Lori Pamela Heiss Marlboro, Nl English jevash Studies and Psychology 

minors. Alpha Phi; Brown & White; English Club; Sigma Tau Delta 

Staci Elizabeth Heller Tappan, NY. Urban Studies Graphic Design and 
lev, ish Studies minors. 

Gregory James Hemingway Lancaster, PA Civil Engineering. Gryphon 
Sociejy, President; Tau Beta Pi;ChiEpsilon. 

Jennifer Leigh Henderson Middletown, NJ Social Relations History 

minor. Crime Victims c ouncil; Tae Kwon Do Club; Benefit for the I lome- 
lessi [Van's I ist 

William A. Henningson Briarclif't. N >. Industrial Engineering Institute 
ot Industrial Engineers, Secretary; Boxing Team; Rugby Team; Alpha Tau 
Omega- 
Barry Jeff Herman Newark. Dh l hi miuil Engineering. Alpha Sigma Phi. 
President, Rush Chairman; UPBEAT; American Institute ot Chemical 
Engineers; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Joseph A. Herman Chinchilla, PA Chemical Engineering American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers; InrramuraK 

Gene Patrick Heskin Huntington Station, \Y Accounting;: IntramuraJs. 
Manager. 

Kenneth lames Heuer Randolph. \| Civil Engineering WritingTnjnot. 
lnterfraternit\ Council, University Relations Committee (. hairper son. lu- 
di< -urv Committee; Beta Thcta Pi Pledge Master Pledge President; Amen- 
i an Society oi C i\ il Engineers; Tutor;Chi Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Dean's List. 

Lauren E. Hewitt \S ilton, CT. Accounting 

Ann Katherine Hickey Pittsburgh I' \ International Relations and 
Economics. Delta Zeta. Social Chairperson, Publft Relations) \ isiring 
Lecturers Committee; International Relations Club, Economics Society; 
Order ol Omega 

Evelitsa Higuerev Forest Hills, N\ Mechanical Engineering American 
Society ol Mechanical Engineers Sociefj ol Women Engineers: Student 
Ambassadors; Dean - 1 St. 

David I. Hiles Milton, MA English 

Rebecca Lynn Hillard Annandale. \T Finance and Management. Writ- 
ing minor. Delta Zeta. Rush Counselor 



David F. Hiles 



Rebecca Lynn Hillard 



Hartman-Hillard 315 



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Nancy Roberts, Cyndi Laufen and Alison Cantor smile for the camera. 



Benjamin Calvin Hobbs Jr. 



William Hochhauser 




Mark Steven Hootnick 



Thomas W. Horn 



Allison Jean Horstmann 



Ronald David Horton 



Jeff Horvath 




Kerri Renee Huber 



Deborah Ann Hubsmith Benjamin Hathaway Huffard 



David A. Hult 



316 Seniors 



Joseph T. Hung 




Meredith Jill Hirsch 



D.Grant Hitchens 



Dora H. Hoag 




Brian J. Hoffman 



Joshua Solomon Holtz 



Dana Anita Hontz 




Marc R. Houyoux 



Christina Howe 



Ben Huber 




lammy Lynn Hillebrand II. i Religion Studies 

minor. Common Denominator Mafh < lub; Peei Cutor; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Dean's List. 

Jennifer I.ee Hilton Pittsburgh, I'A I listory. Psychology minor. Softball, 
i I't.nn; Outing Club; Phi Alpha Tin ta 

Meredith Jill Hirsch East Brunswick, \|. Government. Conn; 
minor. Broun & White, Sports Pesk I ditor. Alpha Phi 

D. Grant Hitchens Wilmington, DE. Civil Engineering. 

Dora H. Hoag Stolen Island, \Y. Statistic Delta Zefa, Assistant Rush 
Chairperson, Panheflejiu Delegate, Alumnae Relations Chairporsim. Wind 
Ensemble; Freshman Orientation Leader; Student A. tivities Council; I'hi 
Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of Omega; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Benjamin Calvin Hobbs, Jr. Hertford, NC. Civil Engineering. Football; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes; American Society of C ivil Engineers. 

William Hochhauser Ldgemont, NY. Government. 

Brian J. Hoffman Glenside, I'A. Accounting Jewish Studies minor I lillel 
Society; Accounting Club; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Joshua Solomon Holtz Nutley. NJ. English Writing minor. Sigma Chi. 

Dana Anita Hontz Al lento wn, I'A Civil Engineering American Society of 
Civil Engineers, Vice-President; Socieh o( Women Engineers; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Navigators; Gryphon Socictv: Who's Who Among College and 
University Students; Chi Epsilon. 

Mark Steven Hootnick Littleton, CO. Finance. Legal Studies minor. Theta 
Chi, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer; Investment Club. Vice President; 

Dean's List. 

Thomas W. Horn Vienna, VA. Finance. Communication minor. Delta 
Sigma Phi, Rush Chairperson; Student Ambassadors; Investment Club; 
Beta Gamma Sigma. 

Allison Jean Horstmann Bernards ilk-. \|. Finance. History minor. In- 
vestment Club- 
Ronald David Horton Louisville, OH. Civil Engineering. Football; Delta 
Upsilon. 

Jeff Horvath Bethlehem, PA. Finance. International Relations minor 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President Set retary U-m ReservejOfficprsTxanv 
ihg Corps; Martindale Center Student Associate; Finance Honor Society 

Marc R. Houyoux Ambler, PA. Chemical Engineering Psi I'psilon. 
President; Wind Ensemble; Lehigh University Very Modern Ensemble; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 

Christina Howe Yarclley, PA. Electrical Engineering. Equestnan Club, 
Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi, Initiate Coordinator; Eta Kappa \u;Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma. 

Ben Huber Glen Rock, I'A. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha. Presi- 
dent; Interfraternity Council Judicial Committee; American Society of 

Me. lianieal Engineers. 

Kerri Renee Huber Port Reading. \| Chemical Engineering American 
Institute ol c. hemical EhgineerSj President; Sbdetj ot Women Engineers; 
Dean's List. 

Deborah Ann Hubsmith Wbodclifl Lake. NJ. Environmental S 
Resource Management, i lymnastii s Club, founder 

Benjamin Hathaway Huffard Greenwich, CT Civil Engineering. Theta 
Chi 1 lockey Club: Lacrosse- C lub. C hi Epsilon Vice President. 

David A. Hull Garden City NY. Mechanical Engineering Psi Lpsilon, 
House Manager: \ir Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. 

Joseph T. Hung Old W 'esthurv. \Y Biology and fast \sian Studies. 

Rex Walter Huppke Land O'Lakes. FL. Chemical Engineering. Alpha 
Sigma Phi, President. 

Jeffrey Hunvitz Matawan. \l Pinance ITietaChi Club. 

Jessica Paley Hunvitz Chestnut Ridge, Vi 



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Jeffrey Hurwitz 



Jessica Paley Hurwitz 



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Jeff Payne poses with Carolyn Milheiscr, Autumn Bayles and Dana Lombardo. 



Editorial 



A version of the following editorial 
appeared in the Amherst College 
newspaper, The Amherst Student, in 
March, 1987... And we couldn't agree 



more. 



Dating at Lehigh 



Need we say more? 



Timothy S. Hussey 



Michael C. Jacobs 



Leigh D. Johns Jr. 




Deborah Hutchings 




Deanna Joy James 




David Churchill Johnson 




Peter Truxtun Jones 



Vanessa Jones 



318 Seniors 




David Ippolito 



Marc David Ippolito 



Jennifer Linnea Irish 




Timothy P.James 



Neil Douglas Jenkins 



Kim Robin Jessum 




Patrick Alfred Johnson 



Scott Robert Johnson 



Denny Jones 




Timothy S. Husscy Stater Island, NY. Materials Science and Engineering. 
Phi c.imm.i Delta, President, Historian; Ice Hockey; Sailing < lut>. Presi- 
dent; I an Beta Pi 

Deborah Hulchings South West Harbor, ME Management. Religion 
Studies minor. Cycling, Manager. 

David Ippolito I. ong Valley. NJ. Industrial Engineering Delta Sigma Phi, 
Social Chairperson; Soccer; UPBEAT. 

Marc David Ippolito Atlanta, CA History Government and Philosophy 

minors (.rvphunSoi H-tv, Phi Alpha Th eta. Vue President, Residence Halls 
I <uin.il, I tall President; Dean's l.isi 

Jennifer linnea Irish Towson, MD Civil Engineering Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Gryphon Society; Cross Country; Track and Field; Chi Epsilon. 

Michael C. Jacobs Tenafly, NJ Architecture and Urban Studies American 
Institute of Architecture Students, Zeta Psi. 

Deanna Joy James St. Croix, Virgin Islands English Communication 
minor. 

Timothy P. James Stow, MA. Industrial Engineering. Phi Kappa Theta; 
Investment Club; Fastbreak Club. President; Greek Peer Counselor. 

Neil Douglas Jenkins Kingston, PA Chemical Engineering Volunteer 
House; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

Kim Robin Jessum Norristown, PA. Chemical Engineering and Applied 
Science. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Women In Student 
Education, Coordinator; Epitome, Living Editor; Visiting Lecturers Com- 
mittee, Society of Women Engineers. 

Leigh D. Johns, Jr. Croton-on-Hudson, NY. Mechanical Engineering. 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automotive Engi- 
neers. 

David Churchill Johnson Gambrills, MD. Civil Engineering. Writing 
minor Beta Theta Pi- 
Patrick Alfred lohnson Wappingers Falls, \ 1 Chemical Engineering. 
Scott Robert Johnson Warminster, PA Marketing Phi Sigma Kappa. 
Social Chairperson, Rush Chairperson; Volleyball Club; Wl \ R radio 
station; Marketing Club. 

Denny lones Parkside, PA. Mechanical Engineering Investment Club; 
Society of Automotive Engineers; Entrepreneur Club; Pi Tau Sigma 

Peter Truxtun Jones Bethesda, MD. Mechanical Engineering. Philosophy 
minor. Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Wagner Award tor Mechani- 
i al Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma 

Vanessa |oncs Columbia. MD Civil Engineering. Equestrian Club Presi- 
dent; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; 
Intramurals; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 

Charles Kenneth Joseph, Jr. Fern Park. FL Management. Football. First 
Team All-Patriot League 

Michael Daniel Joseph Cherry 1 lill . \|. Accounting Delta Phi, Treasurer, 
Steward Accounting Club; Lehigh in Switzerland- 
Pamela Lvnn luris Dublin, OH Accounting Delta Gamma, Treasurer; 
Rowing Chib, Set retary Accounting Club. 



Charles Kenneth Joseph Jr. Michael Daniel Joseph 



Pamela Lynn Juris 



Hussey-Juris 319 




Kristen Paige Keith 

320 Seniors 



KathrynJ.Kelliher 



Alex Thomas Kelly 



Eric Donald Kelly 



Glenn Kempa 




Robert Kamins 



Kevin Kane 



Nicholas H. Kaplan 




Meredith Paige Karp 



Lynda Beth Kasik 



Alayna Kassan 




Richard Kearns 



Aries Claire Keck 



Patrick Paul Keegan 




David S. Kennedy 



Brian J. Kenny 



George Just Hartsdale, Nl Mathematics ChLPhl,.Ri 
Steward. 

Alison Kahn Freehold, NJ. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega Assistant Rush 
i hairperson. Collegiate Rush Information < hairpereon I counting Club. 

Robert Kamins Baldwin, NY Accounting. Zeta Psi; Lacrosse. 

Kevin Kane I favertown,P \ < ivill ngini .ring. Theta Delta Chi, Executive 
c ommittec, Steward. 

Nicholas H.Kaplan NewYork,MY.IhternabonalRi lations Ilu-t., \i. Social 
Chairperson. Set, tetary; Squash Club; Bethlehem 250th Anniversary, Com- 
mittee torSand Island 

John Richard Kapp Somerville, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Delta Chi, 
President, Vice President; Institute of Electrical and Electa urn s Engij i 

Joan Ellen Kara North Caldwell, NJ. Geology. 

Meredith Paige Karp West Bloomfield, Ml Psychology. Residence 1 lalls 

Council, Treasurer, Social Chairperson; Dean's List 

Lynda Beth Kasik Alexandria, VA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Alayna Kassan East Brunswick, NJ. Accounting. Journalism minor Delta 
Gamma, Vice President for Pledge Education; Soccer, Senior Class Officer; 
Who's Who Among American College and University Students 

David Ian Katz New Rochelle, NY. Finance. Interfra term ty Council, Greek 
Week Chairperson 

Melissa Beth Kauffman Irvington oP) Psychology. Alpha Phi; Student 
Activities Council, Entertainment Chairperson; Tour Guide; Marketing 
Club; Pre-Law Society; Ski Club. 

David A. Kaufman Suffem, NY. Accounting. Psychology minor. Invest- 
ment Club, President; Beta Alpha Psi. Vice President; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Dean's List. 

Jarrod Peter Kaufman Englewood, CO. Biology. Sigma Alpha Mu. House 
Manager; Debate Team; Visiting Lecturers Committee, Chairperson, Brown 
& White; Health Professions Advisory Committee. Department 1 lonors in 
Biology; Dean's List 

Alexandra Catherine Kauper Mount Lebanon, PA. Beha\iora! Neuro- 
science. Alpha Chi Omega, President, Housing Board; UPBEAT; Greeks 
Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol; Who's Who Among 
American College and University Students. 

Richard Kearns Montague, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Ice Hockey; Insti- 
tute of Industrial Engineers. Vice President- 
Aries Claire Keck Pillow, PA. Journalism /Science Writing. Biology minor- 
kappa Alpha Theta; Brown & White, Desk Editor. Assistant News Editor. 

Patrick Paul Keegan Wcxxiburv Lleights. NJ. Materials Science and Engi- 
neering. Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman, IK msv Manager: Interfratemity 
Council. Rush Committee. Housing Committee. 

Kristen Paige Keith Mechanicsburg, PA. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Sodetj of Women Engineers: Chi Epsilon. 

Kathryn J. Kelliher Melrose, MA. Government. Economics minor Crew; 
Ski Team; Young Republicans 

Alex Thomas Kelly Carbondale, PA. Electrical Engineering 

Eric Donald Kelly Southatnpton I' \. Computer Science. Lehigh Urtiver- 
-ii\ Volunteers Street Hockey Club. 

Glenn Kempa Soranton, PA. Civil Engineering. Football- American Society 
of Civil Engineers 

David S. Kennedy Rrooklme. M \ Internationa!' onomicsand 

Spanish minors. International Careers Club, Theta Delta Chi. 

Brian |. Kenny Conger--, \ i Finance. Beta Theta Pi. 

Harrison Todd Kephart Centerville. DE Accounting. Investment I 
AocountingCluJh. 



Harrison Todd Kephart 



Just-Kephart 321 




Alan Calderon and Cathy Chiavetta prepare for law class. 



ATTENTION: 

If you ate at Chi-Chi's between Jan. 19 and Feb. 3, you may have contracted 
Hepatitis Type A, a food handler has tested positive for the disease. A clinic has been 
set up at the Barrier Gym of the Lehigh County Community College, 1 -8 pm today and 
9am - 3pm tomorrow to give immune globin shots. The disease doesn't appear for up 
to 32 days after exposure — get checked out! 



David Kinney 



Philip Kinzel 




Scott Robert Kishpaugh 



Jennifer Lynd Klass 




Karl Ross Klinger 



Richard A. Knoebel 



322 Seniors 




Michael Andrew Kijesky 



Eileen Y. Kim 



Jennifer Anne King 




Catherine A. Kirchberger 



Kerry Lynn Kirkendall 



Mark Kirschmann 




HeathcrRobyn Kerner Woodmere, NY. Internationale areers. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Activities C hairperson, International Careers Club; Dean's List. 

MelynneCattell Kessi-1 Sharon, MA Markctingand Government Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Chaplain, Courtesy Secretary ; Marketing Club; UPBEAT. 

Michael Andrew Kijesky Warminster, PA. Chemical Engineering. PI001 
Hockey Club; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Eileen Y. Kim Woodbridge, CT. International Careers. Musii minor. 

Jennifer Anne King Fairview, PA English. Swim Team 

David Kinney Nantucket; MA. Geology. Geology Club, President; Crew. 

Philip Kinzel Caldwell, NJ. Marketing. Beta Theta Pi, Intramural Chair- 
person, Judiciary Committee; Sailing Club, President, Captain. 

Catherine A. Kirchberger Basking Ridge, NJ. Electrical Engine 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Alumni Chairperson; Cross Countrv; Track. 

Kerry Lynn KirkendaU Cohasset, MA. English and Social Relations, 
Psychology minor. Soccer; Delta Gamma. 

Mark Kirschmann Centreville, VA. Mechanical Engineering. Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship, Small Group Leader, Executive Committee; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Portugese United Soccer Club; Tau 
Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Dean's List. 

Scott Robert Kishpaugh Lebanon, PA Chemical Engineering. Gryphon 
Society; Class of 1992, Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Jennifer Lynd Klass Levittown, PA Government. English minor 
Panhellenic Council, Vice President; Delta Zeta, Vice President ol Pledge 
Education; Pre-Law Society; UPBEAT; Order vi Omega; Omicron Delta 
Kappa. 

Stacy Ann Kleinert Nanuet, NY. Psychology. Lehigh University Volun- 
teers; Big Sisters/little Sisters of the Lehigh Valley 

Jody Beth Klemer Frarrungham, MA. Social Relations. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Assistant Vice President for Pledge Education; Panhellenic Council, Rush 
Counselor; Social Relations Club, Senior Class Girt Campaign 

Kristen Noelle Klick Roswell, GA. Journalism and English. Brown & 
White, Ed iter in Chief, News Editor; Residential Security Assistant; Fresh- 
man Orientation Leader. 

Karl Ross Klinger Warminster, PA Mechanical Engineering WLVR 
radio station; Intramurals; Ti Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Fta Sigma; 
Dean's List. 

Richard A. Knoebel ElysbUrg, PA Industrial Engineering. Tau Epsilon 
Phi, Bursar, Chaplain, Interfraternity Council Reprjesenfath e 

Gregory E. Kobak Brvn Maw r. PA Behavioral \euroscience. Theta \i. 
Vice ['resident: Swim Team. Water Polo Club; Biology Department Hon- 
ors; Dean's List. 

Marc John Kobayashi Glen Rock, \1. Electrical Engineering. Writing 
minor. Institute oi Electrical and Electronics Engineers. First Vice Chair- 
man. Choral Union, Stage Manager. Assistant Stage Manager, Food Man- 
ager; Residence Halls Security; Gaming Club: E.isi Asian Society 

Kylan Koblitz Canton. CT. Mechanical Engineering. Beta Theta Pi; 
American Societ) 01 Mechanical Engineers svieh ol Manufacturing 

is. Pi Tau Sigma 



Marc John Kobayashi 



Kylan Koblitz 



Kerner-Koblitz 323 




Phil Smith cheers as Lehigh scores another touchdown. 



Scott Michael Kornfeld 



Susan Koscinski 




Robert Joseph Krizansky 



Elizabeth T. Krizsan 



Kevin Patrick Kuhlkin 



Ling Hao Kung 



Pamela Debra Kuntz 




Eric Todd Landrieu 

324 Seniors 



John Landy 



Adam Larrabee 



Cynthia Jo Laufen 



Heather Lynn Lawley 




Ingrid Kohler 



Geoffrey S. Kolchin 



Gregory A. Kopycinski 




|ason Robert Kosek 



Daniel Joseph Kramli 



Peter Scott Kravitz 




Sara Miriam Kurland 



Lisa Kaye Landino 



Gillian Blair I .union 




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Matthew David Kochaba ". evrmg 

American In tiru* of Chemical 1 num. its, rau Beta Pi; Pi Tau 

Kimberly Ann Kochen Commacl \» \ irtting International Rela 

lions minor Varsity Softball; Beta Alpha Pei; Beta Gamma Sigma, 

Ingrid Kohler Basking Ridge, \ I. An h". ninbr. 

Crew; American Institute of Architecture Students 

Geoffrey S. Kolchin Bethlehem, FA- Government Economics minor Pi 
1 ambda Phi.SocJaM hairpersoti; I conomii Honor Society 

Gregory A. Kopycinski Pittsburgh, PA VI, . h.uucal Engineering Tavlor 
College, Town Crier, Amen., in s, „ i, |\ of Med ineers; street 

I lockey Club, President 

Scott Michael Knrnfcld Edison. \l Marketing. Pi Lambda Phi, President, 
Treasurer; Interfraternity Council, Judicial Committee; Hogart rea tutor; 
Marketing Club. 

Susan Koscinski Point Pleasant Beach, NJ. Accounting kappa Alpha 
Theta, steward, Purchase Fund; Accounting Club. 

Jason Robert Kosek Wilkes. Marre. PA MatenakScienceand Engineering 

Dean's List 

Daniel Joseph Kramli West Trenton, NJ. Accounting. Theta Delta Chi. 

Peter Scott Kravitz Cherry Hill, NJ,, International Relations Government 
minor. Sigma Alpha Mu, Vice President; Residence Halls I oun. il. Hall 
President; Brown & White, Sales Manager; Dean's Usl 

Robert Joseph Krizansky Ha/leton, PA. Accounting. Basketball, C o- 
Captain. 

Elizabeth T. Krizsan North Haven, CT Mechanical Engineering Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Kevin Patrick Kuhlkin Massapcqua, NY. Electrical Engineering. Institute 
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers; 

UCOD, alternate. 

Ling Hao Kung Hong Kong Electrical Engineering and Economics 
Computing Society; East Asian Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Pamela Debra Kuntz Allentown, PA. Industrial Engineering Choir 
Section Leader; Choral Union; Chi Delphi,!, Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers. 

Sara Miriam Kurland East Brunswick, M Psychology Education minor. 

Gymnastics Club; Benefit for the Homeless; Pro-Choice Society 

Lisa Kaye Landino Levrisbeny, PA. Psychology Art minor Residence 
Halls Council, Hall President; Broun & While \\I\R radio station: 
Progressive Students Alliance; I C.A.R.E.; Dining Committee. 

Gillian Blair Landon Port Washington. N 1 . Psychology. Alpha Phi, 
Scholarship Chairperson, Executive Council, Psi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Eric Todd Landrieu Bernardsvillc, NJ. Electrical Engineering and Music. 
Marching 97; Jazz Ensemble, Choir; Brass Ensemble; Choral Union; Wmd 

Ensemble;LehighLnnersit\ \ ery Modern Ensemble; Tau Beta Pi: Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

John Landy Baltimore, MD. Computer Science. Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers. Theta Delta Chi, Alumni Secretary. Community 
Relations Secretary. Social Chairperson; Outing Club: Tutor. 

Adam Larrabee St. Thomas. Virgin Islands Civil Engineering. Swim 
Team; Beta Theta Pi. 

Cynthia Jo Laufen South Orange \l l-\ onomics and International Ca- 
reers. Alpha Chi Omega, Communications Chairperson. Greek Review 
and Standards Committee: Phi Eta Sigma: Dean's List. 

Heather Lynn Lawley shaycrtown. PA International Relations. French 
and Theatre minors Alpha Thi Chapter Promotions'; Mustard and Cheese; 
Theater at Lehigh; Lehigh in France 

William T.Layton Salisbury, MD Mechanical Engineering. Beta Theta Pi, 
Social Chairperson; Crew; \ ollevball. 

Tracy Ann Lazzaro West I'aterson. NJ Economics. American Literature 

and Writing minors. Gamma Thi Beta: Brown & White; Campus Aerobics 
Instructor. 

Timothy Peter Leddy Princeton, NJ Molecular Biology. 



William T. Lavton 



Tracy Ann Lazzaro 



Timothy Peter Leddy 



Kochaba - Leddy 325 




Suzanne Liebman is caught by surprise. 

Ruppel captures national title 

Wrestler Matt Ruppel became Lehigh's first national champion since Pete Yozzo in 1987. 
The 1 90-pound athlete won a close 6-5 victory over Iowa senior Brooks Simpson in the final 
round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I championship on Saturday, 
March 24. 1990. 

Commenting about the match, Ruppel said. "I feel better now that it's all over ... I wanted 
to accomplish my goal, and now that I did, I feel very satisfied." 

Ruppel ends his season posting a 37-0-1 record, setting a new Lehigh record for wins in 
a season. Additionally, the No. 1 ranked superstar also posts the most wins without a single 
loss in one season at Lehigh. For his career, the Montana native stands at 85-12-3, the 
seventh most wins in Engineer history. 

Ruppel attributes much of his success to the help of his coaches. He said, "I would like 
to thank Coach Hutchinson and Coach Turner for pointing me in the right direction. I'd also 
like to thank Assistant Coach Jim Heffeman for being there for me mentally. It really helps 
if you have someone there in the room that can kick your butt." 

However, Ruppel remains humble and still acts like a typical Lehigh student in spite of 
his accomplishments. "Titles aren't really my goal," Ruppel said, "I want to become the best 
wrestler I can be, and everyday I try to achieve that. Winning the tournament did not make 
me any better, because I still have to practice everyday the same as I did before." 



John Hamilton Leggett 



Sandra Leibowitz 




Joshua Levine 



Mark A. Levine 



326 Seniors 




John Lee-Tin Jr. 



David M. Leery 



Elizabeth Gale LeFever 




Peter Carson Leis Matthias Christian Lempp 

HHHiiHP 



Brian C. Lentz 




Ruth Ellen Lepley 



Nancy Nicole Lesser 



Steven Andrew Lertie 




|ohn M. Lee Avenel, NJ. Accounting, Korean Students Association; 
NationalAsso iationol Accountants;] astAsianSodefy;Er)gelhard A 

Joseph Yujan Lee Berkeley Heights, \l Mechanical Engineering 
Asian Studies minor East Asia Society, Secretary; American Society 61 

Mechanical Engineers; Tae Kwun On Club 

lobn Lee-Tin, Jr. Scotch Plains, NJ. Finance and Internationa) Relations 
Gryphon Society; Brown & White; WLVR radio station. Model United 
Nation;, 

David M. Leery Scsanton, PA Genli.gv. Geology Club. 

Elizabeth Gale LeFever Langhorne, PA (glassies Geolog) and English 
minors. Geologv Club. 

|ohn Hamilton I.eggett Salem, CT. Economks Kappa Sigma 

Sandra Leibowitz New York, NY. Architecture and French. Progressive 
Students Alliance; Philosophy Club; French Club. 

Peter Garson Leis Framingham, MA. Philosophy and Cognitive Science 
Delta Tau Delta, President, Recording Secretarv; Intcrlrattrnitc Council 
Rush Evaluation Chairperson, LTBLAI . Executive Board Member, Greek 
Life Assessment and Standards Committee; Who's Who Among Amerii , in 
Collegeand University Students; Link- Wagner E\cmplar\ Brother Award. 

Matthias Christian Lempp Ramsey, N| Mechanical Engineering. Pi 

Kappa Alpha, President; Ski Team; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Brian C. Lentz Coraopolis, PA Chemical Engineering Soccer; Zeta Psi, 

House Secretary; American Instituteof Chemical Engineers; Patriot League 
Academic Honors; Dean's List. 

Christian P. Lentz Chatham, NJ. Computer Science Engineering. Phi Delta 
Theta, President, Rush Chairperson. 

Robert Edward Leoni, III Larchmont, NY'. Electrical Engineering and 
Engineering Phvsics. Economics minor Eta Kappa .Nu. President; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

Ruth Ellen Lepley Watcrwllc. ME. Civil Enginc-enng. Music minor 
Marching 97, Instruments and Uniforms Manager Wind Ensemble, Librar- 
ian; Concert Band, Librarian; Jazz Band; Pep Band; American Socieh ol 
Civil Engineers; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Nancy Nicole Lesser White PlainsyNY History. Benefit tor the Homeless; 
Community fnterACTIO.N Dav; Alpha Chi Omega, Social Chairperson; 
Phi Alpha Theta. 

Steven Andrew Lettie Montvalc, NJ. Marketing and Management Ameri- 
can History- minor. Phi Kappa Theta. House- Manager \ ice President 
Sc holarship Chairman; Audio Engineering; WLVR radio station Assistant 
Music Director; Student Activities Council; Twilight; Dean's List. 

Joshua Levine Woodbury, N 1 Economics. Epitome, Editor, Sigma Alpha 

Mu Social Chairperson, Omicron Epsilon Delta Economics Honor S.- 
Dean s List. 

Mark A. Levine Orange, CT. Mechanic.il Engineering. Gryphon Society; 
Hillel Sodetj Co-President, Vice President; Residence Halls Council, 
Executive Vice President, House JYesidcnt; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Vmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers. \\ ho sWho 
and University Student-. 

Michael Stanley Lewandowski Oyster liav NY. Materials Science and 
Engineering; Government minor Kappa Alpha. Second \ 'ice President, 
Social Chairperson. Steward. 

Merritt B. Lewis Basking Ridge NT. Geological Sciences. Geologv Club. 
Kappa Sigma. 

Suzanne Jill Liebman Woodclifl lake. Nl. Psychology. Alpha Gamma 
Delta, \ctivities Chairperson, fy i 



Michael Stanley Lewandowski 



Merritt B. Lewis 



Suzanne Jill Liebman 



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Andrea H. Madej 

328 Seniors 



Michael Patrick Madigan Michael James Magyarics Russell William Mahland James J. Mahoney 111 




James Linsley 



Jeanette Marie Linsley 



Robert William Linton 




Dana Anne Lombardo 



Daniel Frederick Long 



Clifford Love 




John Hamilton MacArthur 



Kevin MacDougall 



William J. Maclntyre 




Nadene Makosky 



Denise Marie Malonev 



Andrea L. Mancuso 



Paul J. Lightfoot Cbi i> V. Phiiosophj I -nonius minor. Sigma Phi 

Epsilori, President; Senior Class Cift Campaign. 

Michael C. E. Liles Belmont, MA lntiTn.iimn.il Retoti I ir) and 
i lerraai) minors Alpha Sigma Phi; International Relation . Club; Roving 
Club. 

fames Linsley FlluotK iiv, Ml) Architecture and Gvil Engineering Phi 
( lamrna I vlt.i. Pledge Educator; American Institute of Architecture Stu 

dents; American Society of Civil Engineers; Dean's List. 

Jeanette Marie Linsley Ellicott City, MD Accounting and Management, 
Delta Zeta, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer; Freshman Orientation; UP- 
BEAT, Co-Chairperson, Beta Alpha Psi 

Robert William I inton \orth Bergen, NI lourn.ilism. I lelta ( hi 

Thomas William l.ittman Port Washington, NY. History. Brown & White, 
Sports Editor, Assistant Sports Editor; Marching 97. 

Amy Christine Llewellyn Johnson, NY. Biochemistry. Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, President; Benefit for the Homeless, President, Community Action 
Group; Alpha Chi Omega; Tau Beta Pi; Order of Omega; I'hi Eta Sigma. 

Dana Anne Lombardo Simsbury, CT. Accounting. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
membership chairperson; Lehigh University Volunteers, Vice President. 

Daniel Frederick Long York, PA. Mathematics. Music minor. Gryphon 
Society; Assistant Hall Director; Campus Ministry; Army Reserve Of hi ers 
Training Corps; Black Students Union; Jazz Coalition, President. Volley- 
ball, President; Benefit Foi the Homeless; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Clifford Love Tequesta, FL. Computer Science. Football. 

Janet L. Loxterman Brighton, MI. Behavioral Neuroscience. Progressive 

Students Alliance, Treasurer; AIDS Peer Counseling, co-founder; Lehigh 
University Volunteers. 

James Freeland Luchsinger Haverford, PA. Marketing 

Joseph Charles Lui Parlin, NT. Accounting. Law and Legal Institutions 
minor. Beta Alpha Psi, Assistant Editor; Investment Club, Secretary; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List. 

Lori Ann Lynch Plymouth Meeting, PA. History. Basketball. 

James C. Lyons Darien, CT. Civil Engineering and Geology. Chi Phi, 
House Manager; Geology Club, Vice President, Secretary; Kugby Club. 

John Hamilton MacArthur Toledo, OH Civil Engineering Art minor 
Rugby; Ice Hockey; Sigma Chi. 

Kevin MacDougall Baltimore, Ml) finance. Russian minor. 

William J. Maclntyre Richboro, PA Mechanical Engineering 

Andrea H. Madej Pittsburgh. PA Civil Engineering. Society of Women 
Engineers, Vice President; Challenge for Success, Benefit for the Homeless, 
Publicity Committee; Chi Epsilon. 

Michael Patrick Madigan Washington Township. \'J Chemical Engineer- 
ing. Kappa Alpha, First Vice President, Steward, Chorister. Ice Hockey 
Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Omega. 

Michael James Magyarics Bethlehem, PA Cfvil Engineering. Delta Chi, 
Vice President, Secretary; Marching 47. Student Conductor; Investment 
Club; Pep Band; Concert Band. 

Russell William Man land Garden C it\ ,NY, International Careers. Span- 
ish minor. Theta Chi. Vice President; Admissions Office Intern; Tour 
Guide; Investment Club- 
James J. Mahoney III Needham. MA. International Careers Architecture 
minor. Ski Team; Theta Delta Chi. 

Nadene Makosky Bethlehem, PA International Relations. Spanish minor. 
Delta Gamma: Phi Ft.i Sigma; Dean's List. 

Denise Marie Malonev Plains, PA. Chemical Engineering. Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Recording Secretary) Martindale Center Student Associate; Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical Engineers; Hides Prize in Chemical Engineering; 
Tau Bet.] Pi 

Andrea L. Mancuso I tic.i. M Accounting, ''..counting Club; Freshman 
Orientation; Choral Union; Alpha Phi Omega; Equestrian Club; Who's 
\\ he Imong American College and University Students. 



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Stacey Weistnan and Dan Long are crowned king and queen of Lehigh-Lafayette. 

Greek Week loses traditional events 

Traditionally, the end of the spring semester is marked by the excitement of Greek Week. 
However, the traditional bed races, chug-off, and Greeker-eating contests have been 
modified, eliminated, or substituted. 

The bed races, which were moved in 1989 from the Hill to the Murray H. Goodman 
Campus, have been temporarily removed this year. The first move, to Goodman Campus 
was made because of the danger that existed, especially in allowing the race to be run around 
"Dead Man's Curve" on the Hill. The newest change has been implemented due to lack of 
student participation when the races were held in Saucon Valley. Instead of bed races, a 
Jell-0 dive will be held. A proposal, submitted by Jeff Goldberg '92, would bring the bed 
races back to this side of campus but not on the Hill. 

Another abolished event is the chug-off competition. This was done to rid Greek Week 
of any events prompting the abuse of alcohol. Bob Robeson, Dean of Greek Affairs, said 
that alcohol is not and should not be the major means by which to celebrate our Greek system 
because that is not what the system is about. 

Most of the reasons behind changes in Greek Week are based on the ideas that the Greek 
system needs to improve its image and prove that the main purpose behind the Greek system 
is not alcohol related. Basically, the Greek Week Committee believes that it is better to 
eliminate a few potentially problematic events rather than the entire system. 

Keeping with this ideal, the Greeker Eating Contest rules have been changed. In 1989, 
vomiting was allowed only once. If a contestant did vomit more than once, or if they vomited 
on another contestant, he/she would be disqualified immediately. This spring absolutely 
no vomiting will be allowed. 

Finally, there is to be absolutely no alcohol at any Greek Week event throughout the 
week with the exception of registered parties on Friday and Saturday. 

Many students, particularly upperclassmen, hold an apathetic, if not negative, attitude 

oward these new changes. Steve Lettie '92, a brother of Phi Kappa Theta, said, "It doesn't 

;e much of a celebration - the University has continued systematic chipping away 

:he festivities and events and has left little more than a date on the calendar." 

330 Seniors 



Scott Thomas Markel 



Jeremy Craig Markman 




Philip McKinley Martin 



Holly Marrindale 




Edward A. Matthews 



Derek Kemp Mattis 




Patrick Dean Manning 



Ziad Mansouri 



Sian Marcone 




Michelle Marquart Christopher M. Marschall Christopher T. Martin 




Solomon B. Matisoff 



Mark Francis Matje 



Nicole D. Matson 




Jeffrey M. Maxon 



John David May 



Denise Mann New York, NY. Journalism. Brown & White; Delta Gamma, 
Assistant Pledge Educator. 

David Anthony Manning C 'h.idds Ford, 1'A Psychology. Philosophy 
minor. Young Entrepreneurs Society; Investment Club, Marketing' Club. 

Patrick Dean Manning Glastonbury, CT. Mechanical Engineering. Delta 
Tau Delta, Guide; Diving. 

Ziad Mansouri New York, NY. Electrical Engineering. Mustard and 
Cheese; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Via- Chairpor- 



Sian Marcone 1 larnson, NY. Marketing. French minor. Residence Secu- 
rity, Assistant Director; Choral Union, Manager, Publicity Manager; French 
Club, President; Marketing Club; American Marketing Association- 
Scott Thomas Markel Medford, NJ. Civil Engineering. Zeta Psi, Steward, 
House Manager; Basketball. 

Jeremy Craig Markman Fdison, NJ. Computer Science. Hillel Society. 
Treasurer; Volunteer House; Computing SocieU 

Michelle Marquart Clifton Park, NY. Materials Scienc e and Engineering. 
Student Materials Society, Treasurer; Lehigh University Volunteers, Sec- 
retary; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Christopher M. Marschall Huntingdon Valley, PA Industrial Engineer- 
ing. Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Social Chairman; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Industrial Engineering Council; Society of Manufacturing En- 
gineers; UPBEAT; Ski Club. 

Christopher T. Martin Ellington, CT. Government. Gryphon Society; 
Intramurals. 

Philip McKinley Martin West Topsham, VT. Government. Law minor. 
Pre-Law Society; Debate Team. 

Holly Martindale Port Jefferson, NY. Government. Psychology minor- 
Residence Halls Council, President; German House, President, Secretary, 
Steward; Council of Student Presidents; Student Health \J\isorv Coun- 
cil; Choir; Overtones; Lab Theater, Stage Manager, Progressive Students 
Alliance. 

Solomon B. Matisoff Elkins Park, PA. Computer Engineering. Mountain 
Under the Star Club, Minister of Arts and Sciences. 

Mark Francis Matje Malvern, PA. Industrial Engineering. Theta Chi; 
Volleyball; Society Cji M.inutacturing Engineers; Institute of Industrial 
Engineering. 

Nicole D. Matson Sellersville, PA. English. Psychology minor Mustard 
and Cheese; Jazz Band; Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer. 

Edward A. Matthews Mickleton, NJ. Accounting Pi Kappa Alpha; Beta 
Alpha Psi. 

Derek Kemp Mattis Selinsgrovft PA. Computer Engineering. Interna- 
tional Relations minor Pi kappa Alpha; Rugbv 

Jeffrey M. Maxon Stamford., CT Accounting. Sigma Alpha Mu, Social 
Chairperson, Rush Chairperson; Baseball; Accounting Club. 

John David May Cologne, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Science Writing 
minor Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engird 

Adam Keith Maze Princeton, NJ Civil Engineering. American Society of 



Adam Keith Maze 



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John Mikitka 

332 Seniors 



Carolyn Josephine Milhiser 



Alexander Miller 



Christopher D. Miller 



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Jon B. McCarthy 



James B. McClain 



Krista Ellen McClintock 




Michael McGovern 



Cara Lynn McGrath 



Daniel Scott McGuinness 




Kristina Irene Mergens 



Matthew Messinger 



Karen Mignogna 




Civil Engineers, President; Chi Epsilon. 

Dozie Mbonu Philadelphia,, PA. Sociology and Social Psychology i 
munication minor. Basketball, Co-Captain; Black Students Union; Brown 
& White; C.( LAC 11. program. 

John J, McCarthy III Wostport, CT History. Government minor. Chi I'si, 
I louse Manager, I Historian; I listory Honors. 

Jon B. McCarthy Sewickley, PA. Materials Science and Engineering. Beta 
Thcta Pi; WLVR radio station 

James B. McClain Harrisburg, PA. Chemical Engineering. Psi Upsilon, 
Steward 

Krista Ellen McClintock Ramsey, NJ. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega, Vice 
President for Pledge Education; U I Mil A I Accounting Club. 

Daniel McCormack Haskell, NJ. Biochemistry. Psychology minor. Ameri- 
can Chemical Society; Pre-Health Society; University Tutor; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; William H. Chandler Prize in Chemistry; Dean's I tist 

James Edward McGeever Scranton, PA. Finance. 

Michael McGovern Oradell, NJ. Marketing. Golf; Delta Upsilon. 

Cara Lynn McGrath Setauket, NY. Marketing. Volleyball, Tri-Captain; 
Epitome, Sports Editor. 

Daniel Scott McGuinness Gilford, NH. Mechanical Engineering. Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice President; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing and Mechanics Student-Faculty Council; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 

John Patrick McNulty River Edge, NJ. Management and International 
Relations. Choir, Manager; WLVR radio station, Chief Operator. 

Bryan J. McVerry Pittsburgh, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Pi Tau Sigma; 
Tau Beta Pi. 

Kimberly Joy Meier Glen Arm, MD. Computer Science and Engineering. 
Investment Club; Society of Women Engineers; Residence Halls Council 

Thomas K. Mellina Westfield, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Sigma Phi, 
Rush Chairperson, Intramural Manager. 

Alec M. Mercer New Holland, PA. Electrical Engineering Lehigh Chris- 
tian Fellowship; Society of Automotive Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kristina Irene Mergens West Caldwell, NJ Psychology. Mathematics 
minor. OCTOPUS; Dean's List. 

Matthew Messinger Hillsdale, NJ. Government. Sigma Alpha Mu; Brown 
& White, Business Manager; Student Activities Council. 

Karen Mignogna Bensalem, PA. Computer Engineering. Society of Women 
Engineers; Freshman Orientation Leader; Student Ambassadors; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma. 

John Mikitka Bethlehem, PA. Materials Science and Engineering. Interna- 
tional Relations minor. Delta Sigma Phi; Gryphon Society; Assistant Hall 
Director; Committee on Discipline; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Carolyn Josephine Milhiser Allendale, NJ. Journalism. Public Relations 
minor. Alpha Gamma Delta, Standards and Rituals; Brown & White, Chief 
Desk Editor, Desk Editor; Public Relations Student Society of America, 
President; Bateman Award. 

Alexander Miller Wallingford, PA. Materials Science and Engineering. 
Student Materials Society, President; Lacrosse Club. President; Thet 
Judicial Chairperson; Outing Club. 

Christopher D. Miller Newark, DE Chemical Engineering. American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Craig S. Miller Atlanta, GA. Government. Phi Delta Theta. 

Gretchen Evonne Miller El Paso, TX. Biochemistry. Alpha Chi Omega; 
American Chemical Society; Association of the U.S. Army. 

Scott Paul Miller Randolph, NJ. Economics. Economics Society, President; 
Delta Phi, Pledge Master, Rush Chairperson; Rugby; LOPE Foundation 
Scholar. 

William Edwin Miller Ho-Ho-kus. \l English. Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Executive Committee, High Gamma; Interfraternity Council, Publicity 



Gretchen Evonne Miller 



Scott Paul Miller 



William Edwin Miller 



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Alpha Gam sisters, Barbara Simon and Bethann Schultz enjoy an afternoon of tailgaiting. 

Tour de Trump cyclists to climb Lehigh's Hill 

One hundred and twenty cyclists, including Tour de France winner Greg LeMond, will 
attempt to conquer the Hill in the ninth leg of the Tour de Trump on May 9, 1 990. This part 
of the 13-leg race is the most grueling part of the 73-mile Lehigh Valley circuit, which starts 
in Allentown. 

The racers began the tour in Wilmington, Delaware on Thursday, May 3, and will end 
May 13 in Boston. Prizes will total $300,000. The bikers will enter campus through the 
gates by Packer Chapel at the base of the mountain. They will then start uphill, toward the 
University Center and past the Psi Upsilon fraternity. 

The steep incline begins as the racers enter Sayre Park through the gates by Sigma Nu 
fraternity. The incline continues as the racers continue around "Dead Man's Curve". The 
course continues down Mountain Drive South, past Murray H. Goodman Campus and on 
to Allentown via Friedensville Road. 

The finish line will be at the intersection of Broad and New Streets, across the New Street 
Bridge. The first finishers are expected to arrive around 6pm. 



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Marc Alan Mitchell 



ldris Mohammed 



Andrew Moriarty 




Ronald Scott Moser 



Kevin Paul Mostek 



Nathalene Mott 




Brian Michael Murphy 



Debby S. Muschek 



Linda Lee Musselman 




Catherine A. Nalesnik 



Anthony Nardella 



Christine Marie Narzisi 



Committee; Intcrtraternity Judicial Council. 

Dcbra A. Milne Milford.C T. AeooOhririg: Alpha Chi Omega, Historian, 
Editor, Publisher; Creek Publicity Committee; Accounting Club; Beta 
Alpha Psi 

Michelle Annette Minnick Baltimore; MD. Electrical Engineering and 
French Delta /eta; French Club, Secretary, Chi Phi Little Sister, Phi Beta 
k.ippa; Tau Beta Pi 

Marc Alan Mitchell Bethlehem, PA. English. WLYR radiostation; Broun 
& White; Late Night at Lehigh Committee; Black Students Union; Sigma 
Tau Delta. 

Idris Mohammed Kaduna, Nigeria. Industrial Engineering Economics 
minor Tau Epsilon Phi, Scribe, Rush Chairperson, Social Chairperson. 

Andrew Moriarty Fr.inklinville, NY. Civil Engineering. American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 

Michael Edward Moriarty Windermere, FL. Finance. Football; Fellow- 
ship of Chrishan Athletes; Dean's List 

Jeffrey Morris Washington Crossing, PA. Government. 

Ronald Scott Moser Barto, PA. Biochemistry. Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kevin Paul Mostek Orlando, FL. Industrial Engineering. Psi L'psilon, 
President, Movie Manager, Intramural Manager; Chess C Tub. President; 
Greek Standards Committee; Society of Automotive Engineers, Model 
United Nations; Investment Club; Alpha Pi Mu; Tau Beta Pi. 

Nathalene Mott East Orange, NJ. Marketing. Black Students Union, 
Secretary. 

Philip Jude Mulieri Cedar Grove, NJ. Chemistrv. Kappa Sigma, Trea- 
surer; American Chemical Society Student Affiliate, President; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Arts and Science College Scholar Program. 

Christopher B. Mulvihill \ew Vernon, NJ, Finance. Theta Delta c hi, 
House Manager, Social Chairperson, Pledge Master. 

Brian Michael Murphy Riverside, IL. International Relations. History 
minor. Football; Chi Psi. 

Debby S. Muschek Roswell. GA. Civil Engineering. Alpha Omicron Pi. 
Choir; Overtones; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Linda Lee Musselman Coopersburg. PA Electrical Engineering 
Nontraditional Students Club ot Lehigh University, President; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

Dana Elizabeth Myers FTnesville. \ I. Finance. Art Histon minor. Cycling 
Team; Alpha Omicron Pi; Pre-Law Society: Investment Club; Financial 
Management National Honor Society; Phi Beta Kappa 

Robert C. Myers Bolton MY Accounting & Finance. Alpha Sigma Phi: 
Intramurals: Kugbv Club. 

Catherine A. Nalesnik Palmerton. PA Chemical Engineering, American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers; Society of Women Engineers: Newman 
Center Lector: Intramurals, Head Student Usher: American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers student Award; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's 
List. 

Anthony \ardelhi Monsey \Y Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alumni 
Operations Director; Beta Alpha Psi; Alumni Phone-a-Thon volunteer. 

Christine Marie Narzisi Bethlehem. PA Chemical Engineering. Alpha 



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Thomas Hendrik Neal Andres Agripino Nevares 




Hollie Mara Nottingham 



David C. Novak 




Grant Old t id d 



Lee A. Olive 



Laurie Diane Olsen 



Lars Alexander Olson 



Richard Lewis Olstein 






Peter Rhodes O'Reilly 

336 Seniors 




Shawn D. Orlena 



Roger Orwick, Jr. 



Michael Jason Oswald 



Charles Ott 




Miki Nishimura 



Stephanie Nix 



Nicole R. Nolas 




lames S. Novick 



Cara Kathleen O'Brien 



Colleen Beth O'Dell 




Beril Oner 



Eric Oppenheimer 



Edward P. O'Reilly 




Jennifer Owczarek 



Michael Pachter 



Mary Elizabeth Padjen 



Phi, Recording Secretarj ;&x iet) oi Women Engineers; Brown & White; 
American Lnsituteof C hemical Engineers 



Thomas Hendrik Neal Horsham, PA Mechanical Engineering. Delta 
Sigma Phi; Cycling Club. 

Andres Agripino Ncvares < .uaynabo, Puerto Rico, Social Psychology. 

Chi ['si. 

Miki Nishimura New Providence, N). Government and East Asian 
Studies. Volleyball; Women in Student Education, Vice President. Secre- 
tary; East Asian Society; Alpha Gamma Delta 

Stephanie Nix I [ightslown,NJ. International Relations. Communication 
minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Educator; Public Relations Student 
Society of America; Freshman Orient, itmn Leader, Planning Committee. 

Nicole R. Nolas Westfield, NJ. Marketing. Spanish minor. Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Vice President; Marketing Club. 

Hollie Mara Nottingham Harrison; NY. Psychology. Spanish minor. 
Delta Gamma, Vice President, Scholarship Chairperson; Omicron Delta 
Kappa, President; I'm (. hi; Who's Who Among College and University 
Students; Dean's List. 

David C. Novak Center Valley, PA. Computer Science. Tau Epsilon Phi; 
Senior Class Gift Campaign; Astronomy Society; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Dean's List. 

lames S. Novick West Orange, NJ. Finance. 

Cara Kathleen O'Brien Weehawken, NJ. International Relations. Gov- 
ernment and Religion minors. Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice President; 
International Relations Club, Officer; Lehigh University Volunteers, Trea- 
surer; Visiting Lecturers Committee; UPBEAT; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Order of Omega; Arts and Science College Scholar Program; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

Colleen Beth O'Dell Pittsburgh, PA. English. Education minor. Swim 
team, Lehigh University Volunteers; SeniorClass Gift Campaign; Patriot 
League Academic Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List 

Grant Oldfield Pasadena, CA. International Relations Sigma Chi. 

Lee A. Olive Massapequa, NY. Civil Engineering. Kappa Sigma, Presi- 
dent, Grand Master of Ceremonies, Steward, Social Chairperson; Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engineers; Football; Intertraternity Council; Residence 
Halls Council, House President 

Laurie Diane Olsen Setauket, NY. Geology. British Literature minor. 
Geology Club; Crew Club. 

Lars AlexanderOlson Bethesda, MD. Mechanical Engineering. Econom- 
ics minor. 

Richard Lewis Olstein Newton, MA. English. History minor. 

Beril Oner Istanbul, Turkey. Electrical Engineering. International Club, 
Secretary; Amnesty International; Dean's List. 

Eric Oppenheimer Hartsdale, NY. Accounting. Accounting Club, Ski 
Club. 

Edward P. O'Reilly Philadelphia, PA. Materials Science and Engineer- 
ing. Theta Delta Chi. Pledge Educator; Intramurals; American Society of 
Materials. 

Peter Rhodes O'Reilly Smithtown, NY Computer Science Intramural 
team. Captain. 

Shawn D. Orlena Morton. PA. Electrical Engineering. National Society 
of Black Engineers 

Roger Orwick, Jr. East Berlin. PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Michael Jason Oswald Kurztown, PA. Environmental Science and 
Resource Management Ultimate Frisbee Team, Captain.Co-Captain; Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Pledge Warden. 

Charles Ott Westfield, NJ. Computer Science. Delta Phi; Interfraternity 
Council Rush Chairperson. 

Jennifer Owczarek Bethlehem. PA. Management Information Systems. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Lambda Chi Alpha, Little Sister; Track and Field. 

Michael Pachter Bethlehem, PA. Finance. WLVR radio station; Invest- 
ment Club. 

Mary Elizabeth Padjen Bethlehem. PA. Accounting. 



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War stirs campus emotions 

The war in the Persian Gulf marks the first war experienced by this generation of students, 
and its significance has not gone unnoticed by the Lehigh community. As the United 
Nations' deadline approached for Saddam Hussein to withdraw his troops from Kuwait, an 
impromptu peace vigil was organized by students Joseph Riddlesberger and Jonathan 
Sternberg. Though the organizers rallied for participants through phone calls and door-to- 
door knocking, more than 125 students gathered in the snow at the University Center 
flagpole to express their concern. 

Everyone present joined in a moment of silence in honor of the troops stationed overseas. 
Additionally, a moment of silence was observed before campus sporting events during the 
week. The men's basketball team also sewed American flag patches to their uniform jerseys. 

On January 17, 1991, the day after the war began, members of the Lehigh community 
gathered at Packer Chapel to pray for peace and the safe return of the United States soldiers. 
Later that day, over 100 students met in front of the Fairchild- Martindale Library to share 
their views of the war. Some people attending the gathering held signs reading, "Peace in 
the Middle East," "No Blood for Oil," and "No Draft No Way." Others waved American and 
British flags. "Support Our Soldiers" was common to the vast majority of those present. 



Michael W. Parzynski Felipe Alfredo Passalacqua 




Gregory Thomas Patton 



Christopher G. Paul 




Jeffrey Sheridan Payne 



Wendy Sue Pearl 



338 Seniors 




Michelle Lee Parker Raymond Franklin Parker III Stephanie Margaret Parmele 




Monika Patel 



Sudhir R. Patel 



Brian Alexander Patterson 




Michael Paulik Heather Christine Pauly 



Shari Lynne Pavony 




Anastasia M. Paghidas Baldwin, NY Finoi md Communica- 

tion mi nurs. VVLVR radio station. General Manager; Choir. Librarian; Over- 
kino. Philosophy Club; Dean's List; 

Marianne A. Panicucci Martinsville, NJ. Spanish. I listoryand Latin Ameri- 
can Studies minors. Residence Halls Council, Trembly Park President; 
Choir, Librarian;Choral Union; International Club;TutoringSociety; Study 
Abroad; Chi Dclphia, Historian; Who's Who Among American College and 
University Students; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Michelle Lee Parker Runnemede, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Alpha Phi, 
Fraternity Educator, Panhellenic Council Delegate, Assistant Rush Chair- 
person; Field Hockey; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Societvoi 
Women Engineers, Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi 

Raymond Franklin Parker III Kingston, NY. Chemical Engineering. Resi- 
dence Halls Council; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Spanish 
Club; Fastbreak Club; Tutorial Program 

Stephanie Margaret Parmele New Canaan. CT. Marketing. 

Michael W. Parzynski Upper Montclair, NJ. Computer Science Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Social Chairperson, Chaplain, Steward; Freshman Orientation 
leader. 

Felipe Alfredo Passalacqua Santiago, Chile. Marketing. Psychology mi- 
nor. Lambda Chi Alpha; Rugby Team; Gryphon Society 

Monika Patel Tenafly, NJ. Management. French minor. Cry phon Society ; 
Lehigh University Volunteers; Pre-La w Society, Treasurer. 

Sudhir R. Patel Orwigsburg, PA. Finance. Law and Legal Institution- 
minor. Golf; Pi Kappa Alpha; Pre-Law Society; Tutorial Program. 

Brian Alexander Patterson Doylestown, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Economics minor. Sigma Phi, President, Rush Chairperson; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Gregory Thomas Patton New Lisbon, NJ Electrical Engineering Marching 
97; Pep Band. 

Christopher G. Paul Chadds Ford, PA. Computer Science and Finance. 
Wrestling; Cycling Club; Late Night at Lehigh, Co-Chairperson; Presiden- 
tial Award for Academic and Extracurricular Excellence. 

Michael Paulik Allentown, PA. Social Relations. Public Relations nunor. 
Zeta Psi; Public Relations Student Society of America, Vice President. 

Heather Christine Pauly Fanwood, N|. Journalism. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Standards Board; Panhellenic Council Rush Counselor; Brown & White, 
Editorial Page Editor, Lifestyle Editor, Assistant News Editor. 

Shari Lynne Pavony Stamtord, CT. International Relations and Psychol- 
ogy. Delta Gamma; UPBEAT; Dean's Lust. 

Jeffrey Sheridan Payne Wayne, PA Accounting. Kappa Alpha, Social 
Chairperson; Accounting Club, President; Investment Club, Treasurer; 
Outing Club, Treasurer 

Wendy Sue Pearl West Boxford, MA. Architecture. American Institute of 
Architecture Students, President; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Art- and 
Science College Scholar Program. 

Jennifer Lyn Peavy Downmgtown, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Resi- 
dence Halls Council; Society of Women Engineers; American Societv oi 
Mechanical Engineers; Pi Tau Sigma 

Victoria Penske Bethlehem, FA. Journalism and EnglL«h. Communication 
minor. StudentSenate,President;Gryphon Societv; Tavlor College; Forum, 
I.CA.RE 

Jennifer Renee Peos North Plainfield, NJ Behavioral Neurosdence. Psy- 
chology, minor. Dean's List; Psi Chi; Phi Eta Sigma. 



Jennifer Lyn Peavy 



Victoria Penske 



Jennifer Renee Peos 



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Peter Pi 



Lee Anthony Picariello Matthew B. Pietrucha 



Daniel C. Pijawka 




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Jennifer Ann Pilon 




Robert B. Pixley 

340 Seniors 



Kevin Pizzuti Raymond Andrew Plodkowski Rajnish Prasad 



Andrew Warner Preusse 




Lenore Ann Perhac 



Eric David PerLmutter 



John J. Perlmutter 




Elizabeth A. Petronino 



Jerel D. Phalines 



Kim Dorie Phillips 




Christopher Mark Pepe i 
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Greg Pergament Poughkeer- 
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Lenore Ann Perhac Hillabo.- 

EricDavid Perlmutter \ nabonaiRi-.- eatre. 

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John). Pertmntte- \ '■. Economics L^j.s» Pres-.dent 

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Marco C Pern NorwaJk.CT. ! _ ~:gmaPhi. 

Marissa Ann Peters Moscow. PA. Eopnotrucs and international O 

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Elizabeth A. Petronino KL-.-cl^.N: Ir.terrtahonai Relatione WXVRradio 

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Jerel D. Phalines Ooyiestcm-n. PA- Gvil Engineering. Econotnxs minor. 

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Kim Done PhiDips Ne-.v \ orfc NY. --rnch minor. 

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Peter P : . — i Chemkal Engineering. Korean StucU 

'-.Mar. Society. 

Lee Anthony Picariello Bristol. PA • _ - Vice 

Matthew B. Pietrucha -Tence and Engineering. 

Daniel C Pijawka - - 

Delta. Social Qia:: i ~j« Relations. NewsleMer: Senior da.-- 

Jennifer Ann Pilon Lou ■ ■ :~.rjb; Kappa 

Jeremy Benjamin Pinsly EUans Park. PA. Chemical Eneinec- 

- - eers, Tau Beta PL 

Jason Scot Pirkle V - L rvance. iceH - _ ■ : ChL 

Kevin LaMarrPirkleF- - string. An* - 

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Robert B. Pfcdey Rochester. NY Computer Sck- 

KevinPizznti Trer.xr; SJ.Chei _ - • 

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Raymond Andrew Plodkows* 

Rajnish Prasad Cherry Hiii.M Pre-MedicaiSoence Ii»doorHockey 

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Michael Warren Pucci - 
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Thomas B. Pnrsel BoooiEDur) PA. Chi] E- 3 

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Michael VVarren Pucci 



Thomas B. Pursel 



Elizabeth Quandel 



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Chris Robinson after a long night of studying 

IFC approves closed party social policy: 24 yes, 5 no 

At a meeting held on Tuesday, March 19, 1991, the Interfraternity Council approved a 
closed party policy to be implemented in the Fall of 1991. Of Lehigh's 30 fraternities, 24 
house presidents voted in favor of the policy, while only five were against it. One president 
was absent. 

The fraternity representatives were not surprised by the much talked about policy change. 
"I'm very happy that the council voted the way it did. The overwhelming support indicates 
the seriousness with which the fraternities approached this issue," said Jeff Goldberg, '92, 
IFC President. He said that closed parties are a response to an increased concern shown by 
national fraternities, the Lehigh community, the Greek Alumni Council, and the Greek 
students toward the potential risks associated with open parties. 

The new policy requires fraternity chapters to submit a typed list with its party registration 
forms. This list will contain the names of no more than 250 guests that it will admit to each 
party. This list includes undergraduate chapter brothers and pledges. The fraternity may 
add the names of 50 additional people to the original party list in ink. The number of people 
at the party must not exceed that house's fire code limit. Bracelets will be distributed to 
everyone inside the party. No guest can leave the party without returning his or her bracelet 
to the chapter. 




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Michael S. Resnick 



Quinn E. Respet 



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John Thomas Raeihle 



Christopher Ragazzo 



Vidhya Rangaiah 




Amy Hope Reinstein 



Jill Shafer Render 



John R. Rensel 




Heather Carlson Racki Durham, CT. Accounting. Delta Zeta, President, 
Vice President or Membership; Student Ambassador; Accounting Club; 
UPBEAT. 

Elizabeth Radler New York, NY. Psychology Communication minor. 
Gamma Phi Fieta, Associate and Standards Chairperson; New Bethany 
Ministries tutor; Student Ambassadors; Brown & White; Dean's List. 

John Thomas Raeihle Holbrook.NY. Mechanical Engineering. Alpha Phi 
Omega, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 

Christopher Ragazzo Edison, N] Materials Science and Engineering. 

Vidhya Rangaiah Scarsdalc, NY. Social Relations. Psychology minor. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Sandra Ratushny Bethlehem, PA. Molecular Biology. Biology Club; Fresh- 
man Orientation Leader. 

Stacey Lee Reardon Cedar Grove, NJ. Psychology Turning Point Volun- 
teer; Hogar Crea Tutor; Research Assistant; Dean's List; 

Nikolas Christian Rechtiene Saint Louis, MO. International Relations. 
German minor. Crew Team; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Jason Keith Redi Princeton, NJ. Computer Engineering. Music minor. 
Delta Chi, Vice Presidenfjazz Ensemble;Insritute of Electrical and Electron- 
ics Engineers; Dean's List. 

Joan Elizabeth Reed Guilford, CT. Economics. Architecture minor. Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Philanthropy Chairperson, Senior Panhellenic Council Del- 
egate. 

Cynthia Burns Reid Wilmette, IL. International Careers. International 
Relations minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Treasurer; Intramurals, Hall Manager; 
Hogar Crea Tutor. 

Susan Reilly Wyoming, PA. Environmental Science and Resource Man- 
agement. British Literature and Science Writing minors President's Com- 
mission on Women; Gryphon Society; Brown & White; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign, Chairperson; Who's Who Among American 
College and University Students. 

Amy Hope Reinstein CherrvHill, Nl Psychology. Graphic Design minor. 
Student Activities Council; Delta Gamma; Turning Point Volunteer; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Psi Chi. 

Jill Shafer Render Fair Haven, NJ Behavioral Neuroscience. Twilight,Co- 
Chairperson; Benefit for the Homeless, Co-Chairperson; Psi Chi; Dean's 
List. 

John R. Rensel Maytield Village, OH. Industrial Engineering. Phi Delta 
Theta; Mustard and Cheese; Dean's List. 

Michael S. Resnick Short Hills, NJ. Government. 

Quinn E. Respet Bethlehem. PA Biology and Geology. Biology Club; 
Geology Club. 

Katherine A. Resruccia Montville. Nl Psvchology. Debate Team. Vice 
President; Pre-Law Society; Arts and Science College Scholar Program; 
Martindale Center Student Associate; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi Chi. 

Matthew John Reynolds Margate. \l Accounting. Kappa Alpha, Vice 
President, Social Chairman; Accounting Club. 

Andrea Rhinehart Princeton, NJ. Architecture. Art minor. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Publisher, Historian; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Katherine A. Restuccia 



Matthew John Reynolds 



Andrea Rhinehart 



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Nancy Rodgers 



Daniel Frank Roepke 



Jason Roffman 



Eric Rogers 



Joseph John Romano 




Daniel Evan Rosenthal 

344 Seniors 



Joel I. Rosenthal 



Craig A. Rothe 



Michele Denise Rothstein 



Bryon Rubin 




Philip Alexander Rinnander Stephen D. Risseeuw 



Elizabeth A. Rizzi 




Christopher Robinson Cynthia Lauren Roccaforte 



Jill Heather Roddin 




Jason David Romsey 



Kimberly A. Rose 



Julie Meredith Rosen 




Karen Sue Rhyder Lehighton, l'A. Mechanical Engineering. Cr) r phon 
Society; Alpha Gamma Delta; Vmerican Society ol Mei hanjcal Engineers; 
Society erf Automotive Engineej 

Joseph Mcrchline Riddlesberger Buffalo, NY. English. Theatre miner Pi 
Lambda Phi; Theatre at Lehigh 

I'hilip Alexander Rinnander Media, l'A Finance. Probability and Statis- 
tics & Applied Mathematics minors 

Stephen D. Risseeuw McLean, VA. Electrical Engineering Kappa Alpha, 
Pledge Master; Reserve Officers Training Corps, Student Ambassadors 

Elizabeth A. Rizzi Ho Ho-Kus, \| Psychology. Alpha Phi, Chapter 
Promotions Officer; Student Senate. 

Nancy Lynne Roberts Kings Point, \Y. International Relations. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Vice President for Membership Development; International Rela- 
tions Club; Model United Nations, President; Dean's List. 

Jessie Swain Robertson East Brunswick, \J. Molecular Biology. Residence 
Halls Council, Hall President; Alpha Omicron Pi; Panhellenic Judicial 
Board; Honors Convocation; Dean's List 

Christopher Robinson Simsburv.CT. Molecular Biology. Residence Halls 

Council, Hall President; Beta Theta Pi, Steward, Centennial Chairperson; 
UPBEAT; VVLVR radio station; Biology Club. 

Cynthia Lauren Roccaforte Parsippany; MJ. Social Relations. Alpha Phi, 
President;Cheerleading;FreshmanOrientarion,PlanningCommittee, Coun- 
selor; Who's Who Among American College and University Students. 

Jill Heather Roddin Woodhaven, MI. Accounting. Swim Team, Captain; 
Accounting Club; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Nanry Rodgers Cranford, NJ. Psychology. Religion minor. Equestrian 
Club; Psi Chi. 

Daniel Frank Roepke Pompton Plains, NJ. Finance. Floor Hockey Club, 
Vice President; Intramurals. 

Jason Roffman Sarasota, FL. Government. Theta Chi: Tour Guide. 

Eric Rogers Belmont, MA. Behavioral Neuroscience. Delta Phi. 

Joseph John Romano Trenton, NJ. Civil Engineering. Alpha Tau Omega, 
House Manager, Executive Committee; Boxing 

Jason David Romsey [Tainvillc, MA. Mechanical Engineering. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers; Investment Club; Lehigh University Vol- 
unteers; General Motors Scholar, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kimberly A. Rose Pennington, NJ. Psychology. Delta Zeta; Marching 97; 
Concert Band; Newman Council; Psi Chi. 

Julie Meredith Rosen Scarsdale, \ Y Government. Education minor 
Alpha Phi; Police/Student Committee: lnnior Panhellenic C ouncil, Secre- 
tary; Pre-Law Society; Dean's List. 

Daniel Evan Rosenthal Ocean Township, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. 
Economics minor. Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Martmdale Center Student Asso- 
ciate; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi; Pi 
Tau Sigma. 

Joel I. Rosenthal Kings Park, NY. Accounting. Sigma Alpha Mn \. crunt- 
ingClub: Boxing. 

Craig A. Rothe Ambler, PA. Computer Science. Economics minor. Wind 
Ensemble; Association for Computing Machinery. 

Michele Denise Rothstein West Milford, NJ. English and Government. 
Theatre minor. Student Activities Council, Film Chair; Residence Halls 
Council;TayIorCollegeReselection( hairpersen: Bi vrs;Student 

Hostess; Sigma Tau Delta; Apprentice Teacher 

Bryon Rubin Hillsdale. \I Accounting'. Spanish minor. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
President, Vice President, Secretary; Accounting Club; Investment Club; 
Teaching Assistant; Tutor. 

Rosemarie Rudisill Atlantic City, NJ. Marketing. Art minor. Progressive 
Students Alliance: Stud v. \broad Committee: Stage Door, Production Man- 
ager. 

Jill Christine Rufner West Milford, XI Finance. Classics minor. Federal 
A\ iation Administration Student Pilot; Big Sisters of America; Residence 
I hills Council, Hall President. 

Janice Lee Ruhl East Windsor. Nl. Civil Engineering. Kappa Alpha Theta, 
House Manager, Correspond] ng Secretary, Pledge Class Secretary; Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engineers; Society oi Women Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Chi 
Fpsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Omega. 



Rosemarie Rudisill 



Jill Christine Rufner 



Janice Lee Ruhl 



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Top 10 Lies Told by Lehigh Tour Guides to Prospective 

Freshmen 

10. Bookstore prices are moderate. 

9. Tuition is leveling out. 

8. We have a good relationship with the Bethlehem Police Department 

and Southside Bethlehem residents. 
7. Packard Auditorium is usually not this hot. 
6. The Stage Door is a popular meeting place. 
5. Taylor Gym is "State-of-the-Art." 
4. The guy to girl ratio is beginning to even out. 
3. You'll enjoy walking the hill, and it will make your legs strong, too. 
2. Pledging builds character. 
1. Lehigh is more than Engineering, the Arts school is just as strong. 



Adam Anthony Sabella 



Sharon Sanders 




346 Seniors 



Heather C. Savoy 



Theodore Clayton Sawdon 




Gregory P. Russell 



Roy Russo 



Gretchen Anne Saalbach 




Philip J. Sanderson 



Todd Russell Sandford 



Jack Aaron Sandler 




Constantina P. Sarkas 



Marie Terese Sarkees 



GregC. Saunders 




Susan Sawyer 



Gwendolyn Marie Schel 



David Schena 



Matthew ). Ruppel Deer Lodge, MT. Economics. 

Philip Clayton Rush, Jr. Doylestown, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Mini 
Baja Team, Leader; Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

Gregory P. Russell Marshfield, MA. Chemical Engineering. Phi Kappa 
Theta, Vice President; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Secre- 
tary. 

Roy Russo Dix Hills, NY. Computer Engineering and Computer Science. 
Gaming Club, President; Cut & Thrust Society, Treasurer; Computing 
Society, Treasurer; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Asso- 
ciation for Computing Machinery; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Gretchen Anne Saalbach Bridgeport, PA. German. Lehigh Christian 
Fellowship, Small Bible Study Group Leader; German House, Treasurer; 
Choir. 

Adam Anthony Sabella Middletown, NJ. Accounting. Soccer; 7,eta Psi, 
Community Relations Officer. 

Sharon Sanders Lakewood, NJ. Accounting. Accounting Club; Hillel 
Society. 

Philip J. Sanderson Bear Creek, PA. Russian Studies. Economics minor. 
WLVR radio station; Russian Club: Ski Club; Outing Club. 

Todd Russell Sandford Ridgewood, NJ. Civil Engineering American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Chi EpsiJon, President. 

Jack Aaron Sandler Suffern, NY. Accounting. Tau Epsilon Phi, Rush 
Chairperson, Warden; Freshman Orientation, Planning Committee. 

Heather Ellen Sange Annapolis, MD. International Business. Communi- 
cation minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Educator; lntramurals Manager; 
Diving Team. 

Christopher Santi North Brunswick, NJ. Psychology. Alpha Tau Omega; 
Dean's List. 

Constantina P. Sarkas Mount Laurel, NJ. Accounting. Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Treasurer. 

Marie Terese Sarkees Media, PA. History. Government minor. Lacrosse; 
Phi .Alpha Theta. 

Greg C. Saunders Macungie, PA. Economics. Financeminor. Squash team, 
Captain; Golf; Investment Club; Theta XL 

Heather C. Savoy Lvnnheld. MA. Marketing. Studio Art minor. Crew 
Team; Equestrian Club; Tour Guide; Marketing Club 

Theodore Clayton Sawdon Delran, NJ Mechanical Engineering Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship, Small Group Leader, Song Leader; American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers WLVR radio 
station; Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma. 

Susan Sawyer Leonia, NJ. English. Law and Legal Institutions minor. 
Alpha Chi Omega, Public Relations Chairperson; Committee on Disci- 
pline; Dean's list. 

Gwendolyn Marie Schell Somerdale, NJ. Chemical Engineering. Society 
of Women Engineers; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Big 
Sisters/Little Sisters; Chi Delphia; lntramurals 

David Schena Warminster, PA. Electrical Engineering. Dean's List. 



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Maria Schwartz 



Nicole Lynn Schwell 



Peter Sczerbinski 




Andrew Evans Shaffer 



348 Seniors 



Tracy Michele Shank 



Kevin Dennis Sharp 



Mike Shaw 



Christel Ann Shea 




Adam M. Schildkraut Darren Dana William Schmidt 



Erik M. Schmitz 




Christopher R. Schneider 



Steven John Schray 



Melissa R. Schreiber 




Michael T. Searfass 



Max Serran 



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Peter B. Scherr Dix I lills, NY. International Relations and Urban Studies, 
Alpha I .in i (mega; VisitingLecturerst ommittee; I nvi -intent Club; Sopho- 
more Class, Vice President. 

Douglas M. Schiff Westport, LI English. Psychology and Philosophy 

nlinurs 

Adam M. Schildkraut East Meadow, NY. Journalism and Economics. Delta 
Sigma Phi, President, Rush Chairperson, Editor; Brown & White, Sports 
I Jesk I ditor; VV1.VK radio station. 

Darren Dana William Schmidt I ibortvville.IL. Accounting. Kappa Sigma; 
Accounting Club. 

Erik M. Schmitz New York, NY. Mathematics. Base-ball; Actuarial Club; 
Economics Society; Le-high Scholar-Athlete. 

David Henry Schneck Allentown, PA. Computer Engineering. Associa- 
tion of Computing Machinery; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Stefanie Jane Schneck Montvale, N|. International Relations. Student 
Activities Council, Concert Chairperson; Alpha Omicron Pi, Correspond irtg 
Secretary. 

Christopher R.Schneider Oakland, NJ. Civil Engineering. Science Writing 
minor. Powerlifting Club, President; American Sodet) ol ( nil Engineers; 
Sigma Chi. 

Steven John Schray Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Sigma Phi. 

Melissa R. Schreiber Hollis Hills, NY. History. Journalism and Jewish 
Studies minors. Delta Gamma, Rituals Chairperson; Browne White; Dean's 
List. 

Raymond Schubnel Smithtown,NY. Industrial Engineering. Alpha PiMu, 
Vice President; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. 

BethAnn Schultz Bethlehem, PA. Psychology. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Activities Chairperson; Lehigh University Volunteers; Dean's List. 

Maria Schwartz Livingston, NJ. Psychology. Theatre minor. Choir, Camp 
Manager; Overtones; Mustard and Cheese; Williams Award for Acting. 

Nicole Lynn Schwell White Plains, NY. English. Communication minor. 
Delta Gamma. 

Peter Sczerbinski Cranston, RI. Psychology. Football; Chi Psi. 

Michael T. Searfass Schnecksville, PA. Chemical Engineering. Writing 
minor. Jazz Coalition; College Republicans; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. 

Max Serran Miami, FL. Beha\ioral Neuroscience. BLick Students' Union, 
President; Biology Club, Vice President. 

Sarat Sethi Tenafly.NJ. Accounting. Beta Alpha Psi, President; In vestment 
Club, President, Treasurer, Martindale Student Associate; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi 

Andrew Evans Shaffer Skillman,NI. Economics. Sigma Chi; Lacrosse. Ice 
Hockey Club. 

Tracy Michele Shank E\ton. PA. Behavioral Neuroscience. Government 
minor. Progressive Students Alliance, President; AIDS PeerEduca tor; New 
Bethany Ministries Shelter volunteer; Psi Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Kevin Dennis Sharp Peabody, MA. Finance. Tau Epsilon Phi, Chaplain, 
InterfrateroitvCouncil Representative; FreshmanOrientahonLeadeT;aLL~RT 
Emergency Response Team; UPBEAT. 

Mike Shaw Barrington, Rl. Psychology Hockey; Sigma Chi. 

Christel Ann Shea North Easton, MA. English. Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Marshal; Amaranth, Managing Editor. Treasurer; Fa nhcilenicCouncil Com- 
mittee Against blazing; Brown & White- 
Lance Adam Sherer Wayne, \i. Accounting. Delta Upsilon, Treasurer, 
Secretary; Accounting Club; Bethlehem Playground Project. 

William F. Sherlock, Jr. Mediord, \l Mechanical Engineering. PhiSigma 
Kappa. Social Chairman, RushChairman, -Six ;ietv of Automotive Engineers; 
Football. 

Robin M. Sherman Scarsdale, NY. lournalism. Delta Gamma, Recording 
Secretary, Corresponding Secretary. 



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Top Ten Ways to Procrastinate 

10. Read the Sunday New York Times - Again. 

9. Trek to the mall. 

8. Call those friends you've neglected to reach out and touch all semester. 

7. Clean your hairbrush. 

6. Call Kentucky Fried Chicken and ask, "How big are your breasts?" 

5. Dust. 

4. Stress out over the fact that you aren't doing any work. 

3. Do laundry and actually separate whites from colors. 

2. Check NetDial for mail. 

1 . Read the Brown and White -- again! 



Joshua Silverman 




Adam C. Smith 



Glenn C. Smith 



350 Seniors 



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Lesley Shorr 



Sharon Lynn Sibley 



Jill Rachel Silver 




Lauren Elizabeth Simmons 



Barbara Simon 



Vicki Simpson 




TabithaJoySkoll 



Gregory J. Slaugh 



Michael J. Slocum 



Jay Soo Shin Trenton, NJ. Civil Engineering. American Society of Civil 
Engineers; Chi Epsilon. 

Jeffrey Keith Shoneman Acton, MA. Chemistry. Volunteer House; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Irttramurals, Warren Square Manager. 

Lesley Shorr Woodcliff Lake, NJ. Psychology. French minor. Gamma Phi 
Beta, President. 

Sharon Lynn Sibley Bethlehem, PA. Psychology and Social Relations 
Student Activities Council, Films Committee Vice Chairperson, Fastbreak 
Club; Equestrian Club; Choral Union; Social Relations Club; Psi Chi. 

Jill Rachel Silver Bristol, CT Government, Economics minor. Alpha Phi, 
Steward, Social Chairperson; Dean's List. 

Joshua Silverman Scarsdale, NY. Government. International Relations 
minor. Alpha Tau Omega; Dean's List. 

Scott Robert Silvi Walpole, MA. Mechanical Engineering. Army Reserve 
Officers Training Corps; Tau Epsilon Phi. 

Lauren Elizabeth Simmons Easton, PA. Historv. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Philanthropy Officer; Rainforest Action Croup. 

Barbara Simon South Salem, NY Behavioral Neuroscicnce. Psychol 
minor. Alpha Gamma Delta, Social Chairperson; Psi C In: Dean's List, 

Vicki Simpson Boyertown, PA. Molecular Biology. Psw hology minor. 

Michael Jason Sirak Reading, PA. Psychology. Pi Kappa Alpha. Secretary; 
WLVRradiostation. 

Alexandra Sklaroff New York, NY. Psychology. 

Tabitha Joy Skoll Neshanic Station, NJ. Biology and Psychology. Forum, 
Secretary; Senate, Secretary, Dining Committee; President's! uison Board; 
Student Health Advisory Board. 

Gregory J. Slaugh Piscataway.NJ. Industrial Engineering Volleyball Club; 
American Institute of Industrial Engineers, President. 

Michael J. Slocum Atlanta, GA. Accounting. Computer Science minor. Phi 
Sigma Kappa; Study Abroad; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Adam C. Smith Acton. MA. Economics. Wrestling. 

Glenn C. Smith East Windsor, NJ. Civil Engineering Writing minor. 
American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer; Beta Theta Pi, Pledge 
Master, Brown & White; Smelters; ACE Business Entrepreneurship Award. 

Phillip David Smith Hollidaysburg, PA. Economics. Theta Delta Chi: 
Football; Fellowship of Chrisban Athletes; Economics Society, Treasurer. 




Phillip David Smith 



Richard Harry Smith 



Sarah Kay Smithline 



Richard Harry Smith Whitehall, PA, Materials Science and Engineering. 
Student Materials Socieu , American Society of Materials; MorcelaGeflman 

Scholarship: Dean's List- 
Sarah Kay Smithline Atlanta, GA, Psychology. Art minor Alpha Chi 
Omega, Rush Committee, Social Committee; Benefit for the Homeless; 
Head Start of the Lehigh VaUev, volunteer. 



Shin -Smithline 351 




Jennifer Lynn Squier 



Maria M. Stabile 



Gregory Glenn Stahl 



Luther Stanton 



Wendy Sue Stel 

352 Seniors 



Jonathan Sternberg 



Kyle W. Stewart 



Jonathan Mark Stimmel 



Nancy J. Stark 




Melinda Beth Strang 




Julian Richard Soell 



D'nese Mary Sokolowski 



Jennifer Solimine 




Guy Sonino 



Peter Spencer 



Ken a Michelle Spiegel 




Michael Scott Steinberg 



Jason Steinhart 



Donna Jean Steinke 




David A. Strassburger 



Mark S. Strauch 



Deborah Beth Streicher 



Stephanie Snyder Myerstown, PA. Accounting Government minor 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Social l hairpersoh; Accounting Club; Rho Chi 

Jennifer Soch Lawrcnccville, NJ. Marketing and Management. Kappa 
Alpha Theta,Actrvities( hairperson, Deputy Rush ( hairperson; Freshman 
Orientation Leader; Tour Guide 

Julian Richard Soell llamden, CI Mechanic tutorial 

Program; Society ol Vul rive Engineers; American Society ol Mechani- 
cal Engineers; Society ol Manufacturing Engineer-.; Tau Beta Pc Pi Tau 

Sigma. 

D'nese Mary Sokolowski Nazareth, PA Molecular Biology. German 
minor.NewmanCouncil, President, Vice President; Wind Ensemble;Lehieh 

Big SistcTs/ Little Si-,tcTs. Allied Health Protess M ,ns Society, Phi Beta f . 
Dean's I 1st, 

Jennifer Solimine Pelham, NY. Finance, S<xial Relations minor Delta 
Gamma, Assistant Treasurer. 

Marcy Lynn Solomon Tampa, II Mechanical Engineering. Kappa Alpha 
Theta, President; UPBI VI ; Freshman Orientation Leader; Society of Women 
Engineers; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Vice President. 

Walter Somol Wayland, MA Finance. Soccer; Zeta Psi, House Treasurer 

Guy Sonino Crans-Pres-Celignj . Switzerland. Electrical Engineering. 

Peter Spencer Stratford, CT. Accounting. History minor 

Bena Michelle Spiegel Rush n, NY. Marketing. Graphic Communications 
minor. MarketingClub, Vice President; SophomoreCIass, Treasurer, Senior 
Class Gift Campaign; Alpha Chi Omega. 

Jennifer Lynn Squier New Canaan, CT. Economics and International 
Careers. Psychology minor. Delta Gamma; Economics society. 

Maria M. Stabile Massapequa Park, oft Accounting. Economics minor. 
Delta Zeta, Standards Chairperson, Historian. Sunshine; Accounting Club, 
Vice President; Beta Alpha Psi, :Order of Omega; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

Gregory Glenn Stahl Collegeville, PA. Finance. Jazz Coalition, President; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Williams Prize; Financial Management Association 
National Honor Society; Dean's List 

Luther Stanton Eastern, PA. Electrical Engineering. Society of American 
Military Engineers, President; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi- 
neers. 

Nancy J. Stark Morristown. Nl. Accounting. Soccer; Accounting C lub 

Michael Scott Steinberg Garnervilfe, NY. Accounting, Kappa \lpha. 
Social Chairperson. Pledge Master; Accounting Club. 

Jason Steinhart Short Hills, NJ. Social Relations. Tae Kwrm Do Club, 
President, Vice President; Choral Union, Section Leader 

Donna Jean Steinke Nazareth, PA. Finance. Psychology minor. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Personal Development Chairperson. 

Wendy Sue Stel Blue Bell, PA. Accounting. Alpha Omicron Pi; Accounting 
Club; New Bethany Ministries Volunteer. 

Jonathan Sternberg SouthportAT. English s» u n, i -\\ nhngminor.Hockev: 
WLVR radio station; Phi Delta I hcta, UPBEAT; Brown & White 

Kyle W. Stewart Katonah. N 1 . Finance and Economics. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Jonathan Mark Stimmel East Hampton \"i Marketing. Pi Lambda Phi. 
Social Chairperson, Secretary; Lacrosse dub. 

Melinda Beth Strang Warminster. PA. Social Relations. Education and 
Math minors. Gamma Phi Beta, Junior Executive. Public Relations. Field 
Hocke\ ; Lacrosse; All Patriot League Field I lev see: Greek Female Athlete 

ot the '\ ear 

David A. Strassburger Wexford, PA. Government. Philosophy minor. Golf 
Team Captain; Sigma Alpha Mu. President; Order of Omega, Lehigh 
Scholar-Athlete 

Mark S. Strauch Walnut Creek. CA. Industrial Engineering. Baseball, 
Captain; Phi Gamma Delta. Social Chairperson, Rush Chairperson;Student 
Life Committee. Dean's List. 

Deborah Beth Streicher Scarsdale, NY. History. International Relations 
minor. Epitome, Editor in Chief; Residence Halls Council, Hall President; 
Benefit for the Homeless, Talent Show Chairperson; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign. 

Snyder - Streicher 353 




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PARTIES: Delta Phi, 2-4, 8-2; Theta Delt, 8-2; Zetes, 10-2; Sigma Phi, 9-2; DU, 
8-2; Kappa Sig, 9-2; A£T7, 10-2; NOTE: This is the last party list that will be 
published in the Brown & White... EVER! 



Leann Nicole Terrell 



Jennifer Lee Thoens 




Jennifer Ann Thornton 



Karen Lynn Thurston 



354 Seniors 




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Young J. Suh 



Joseph Patrick Sullivan Robert Bradley Sussman 




Jean Demmy Thomas 



Wendy Susan Thomas 



Douglas M. Thompson 




Adriana Suarez Tampa, IT.. Behavioral Neurosctence. Volleyball, 
( laptain. 

Terry Suero Lima, Peru. Industrial Engineering- Phi Delta Theta 

Young J. Suh Tenafly, NJ. Behavioral Ncuroscience. Religion minor. Choir; 
Korean Students Association; Mustard Seed Fellowship. 

Joseph Patrick Sullivan Wyckoff, NJ. Materials Science and Engineering. 
Theta t hi. Sec ret.iry; Student Materials Sodet)'; Newman Club. 

Robert Bradley Sussman North Brunswick, NJ. Electrical Engineering. 
Music minor. Tau Epsilon Phi; Lehigh University Very Modem Ensemble. 
President;CuItural Affairs Committee; Institute of Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers; Tau Beta Pi, Vice President. Eta Kappa Nu; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Glenn Louis Sward Florham Park, NJ. Accounting Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Treasurer, Intramurals; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Neeraj Tayal Weirton, WW Biology. 

Mark Alexander Taylor Wayne, PA. Biology. History minor. Pi Lambda 
Pin. Vice President, ScholarshipCIiairperson; Biology Club, Vice President; 
Health Professions Advisory Committee; Pi Alpha Thcta; Biology Honors; 
Dean's List. 

Catherine Sarah Teets Moscow, PA .History and Classics. Phi AJphaTheta. 
Secretary; Lehigh Christian Fellowship, Treasurer; Student Ambassadors. 

Jon Michael Terenin East Brunswick, \ I Mathematics. Computer Science 
minor. Phi Sigma Kappa, House Manager 

Leann Nicole Terrell Fairfield, CT. Biology and Government. Biology 
Club, President; Allied Health Professions Society. 

Jennifer Lee Thoens Bergenfield, NJ. Marketing Alpha Gamma Delta; 
MarketingClub. 

Jean Demmy Thomas Altoona. PA. International Careers and French. 
Delta Zeta, Social Chairperson; Choir; Student Ambassadors. 

Wendy Susan Thomas Holland, PA. Psychology. OCTOPUS, Vice Presi- 
dent; Students for Stud)- Abroad, President; Freshman Orientation Leader; 
Chi Psi; Dean's List 

Douglas M. Thompson East Liverpool. OH. English. Phi Delta Theta. 

Jennifer Ann Thornton Allentown, PA. English and Psychology. Alpha 
Omicron Pi; WL.VR radio station; EquesfrianC!ub;Sigma Tau Delta.PsiChi; 
Dean's List. 

Karen Lynn Thurston Lawreticeville, NJ. Social Relations. Education 
minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Rush Counselor; Alpha Sigma Phi, President; 
Panhellenic Council; Girl Scouts; Dean's List. 

Scott Tisdale Bow, NH. Computer Engineering. Music minor. Wind 
Ensemble, Tour Manager; Marching 97, Manager, Freshman Manager, 
Publicity Manager, Brass Quintet; Pep Band; Concert Band; Wind Sym- 
phony; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa \u; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Cinthia Maria Tjan S\ osset.NY. Behai iota! \euroscience.S.T.A.R. Tutor: 
Intramurals. Tennis Champion: Phi Beta Kappa; Arts and Science College 
Scholar Program. 

R. Tyler Tomlinson Doylestovm, PA History and Government. Phi Delta 
Theta, President; Thi Alpha Theta. Treasurer: Football; Blood Drive to 
Support Operation DesertStorm, Organizer; BroughalBigBrotherrrogr.ini. 
Founder: Who's Who Among American College and I niversjty students, 
Omicron Delta Kappa. 



Scott Tisdale 



Cinthia Maria Tjan 



R. Tyler Tomlinson 



Suarez - Tomlinson 355 




William Joseph Tronoski 



Howard Bruce Trust 



Miho Tsuvuki 



Elizabeth Tursi 



Susan Linda Ulicki 

356 Seniors 



Pete Valianatos 



Frank A. Yallario 



Kristine Turrille 




Andrew Ian VandenBrul Scott Timothy Vanduzer 




Christine Tor 



Raquel Antonieta Torres 



Jeffrey CUyton Towler 




Stephen S. Tranchida 



Ethan Treese 



David Andrew Troll 




Adam Clifford Udell 



.Andrew B. Udell 



Stephen Uftring 




Rebeccah Velazquez 



Nishi Verma 



Kathrvn E. VUlamil 



Gary Edward Tompfcms Bria 
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Stephen S. Tranchida Fanr.mgton, CT - nence. Phi i 

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J. Ethan Treese Lawisin. ' . —a. 

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Miho Tsuynki Eastern. CT. ° ■ ■ 

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Frank A_ Valfario '.". Fir^nce. 

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Lee Picariello coaches Eric Hagberg before the Creek Week pie-eating contest. 

Students give first-hand account of Russian coup 

o students who were studying in the Soviet Union at the time of the recent coup 



Two students who were studying in the Soviet Union at the time of the recent coup led a 
public discussion about their experiences and Soviet events on September 19, 1991. The 
discussion. "Wither the Russian Empire," was led by Kevin Oradgo and Martin Zug, '92, 
along with Oles Smolansky, professor of International Relations, and Donald Barry, 
director of the Center for International Studies. 

Oradgo, a government major, said he was surprised by the mood of the city and the people. 
On the morning of August 1 9, 1 99 1 , the first day of the coup, his professors had a "business 
as usual" attitude. In fact, he said that the American students studying in the Soviet Union 
had to ask teachers to stop class so that they could see what was happening. To their surprise, 
no one was excited anywhere. People carried on in a normal fashion. 

On the nights of August 20 and 21, violence erupted. Oradgo reported a "different level 
of emotional intensity of people." He sensed that something was wrong. On the final day 
of the coup, broadcasts announced that the coup had ended; the committee had been 
dissolved. Within hours, Oradgo said, all military equipment and tanks were gone. 

Zug, majoring in Russian Studies and Economics, believes the country's biggest problems 
arose in the winter months, when people lost their patience with Gorbachev and their 
confidence in him as a leader. Civil war was on everyone's lips and people were prepared 
for a coup in March or April because the economy was in such shambles, he said. Once 
spring came, people forgot about their troubles and the coup was put off until August. 

"The Soviet Union needs a leader to start moving them forward instead of staying 
stationary," Zug said. 

Professor Smolansky said that the threat of another coup is gone, adding, "Vast lands of 
Russia will still bend the way the wind is blowing. It is up to all of us to watch and see what 
is going to happen." 



Philip V.VoIpicelli 



Karl Christopher Von Brockdori 




Elizabeth Janine Wagner 



Neal Stuart Walker 




358 Seniors 



Mark Phillip Wassersug 



Dana Marie Webber 




Victor F.Vitale 



Victoria Ann Voccola 



Lisa Stephanie Vogel 




Cent frev T. Von Der Linden Kristin Marie Vosburg 



Daniel A. Wachinski 




Joseph Roy Wallace 



Cynthia Carol Walter 



Jeff Warrington 




Kirstin Webber 



Ronald Theodore Weber Jr. 



Lawrence William Webster 



CarlynG. Viola Fenton,Ml I pel ology. AjphaGammaDelta;PanheUenic 

Council. Publicity Director; Psi Chi; Dean's List. 

Stacy Ann Viotto North Pl.unfield, MJ. Psychology. Basketball; Softball. 

Victor F. Vitale Doylestown, PA. Computer Engineering. American Insti- 
tute of Architecture Students, Senior Representative; Investment Club. 

Victoria Ann Voccola Upper Montclair, \|. EngrisrL Public Relations and 
I '.a momics minors Kappa Alpha Th eta, Fraternity Education Chairperson, 
Alumnae Relations; Public Relations Student Society ot America. Vu. 
President. 

Lisa Stephanie Vogel Pleasanfville, N V. Psychology. Economics minor. 
Alpha Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Gymnastics Club; Psi C hi 

Philip V. Volpicelli Chatham, NJ. Finance. International Relations minor, 
lnterfraternity Council, Vice President; Delta Sigma Phi, President, Secre- 
tary; Army Reserve Officers Training Corps; Order of Omega; Scabbard & 

Blade 

Karl Christopher Von Brockdorff Tilton,\H Mathematics. Alpha Sigma 
Phi, Pledge Educator, ServiceChairperson, Activities Chairperson. Rugby 
Club 

Geoffrey T. Von Der Linden Mountainside, \| Business Management. 

Kristin Marie Vosburg Santa Monica, CA. Economics. Gamma Phi Beta, 
Pledge Educator; PanhellemcCoundl, Rush Counselor; UPBEAT; Semester 
At Sea. 

Daniel A. Wachinski West Chester. PA. Finance. Computer Science minor. 
Alpha Sigma Phi, Alumni Relations, Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Elizabeth Janine Wagner Summit, \J. International Careers and Spanish- 
Psychology minor. Delta Gamma, Foundations Chairperson; International 
Careers Club; Tutorial Program; Students for Study Abroad. 

Neal Stuart Walker Bethlehem, PA. Biology. Hockey. 

Joseph Roy Wallace Newton, N'l Mechanical Engineering. Choir. Stage 

Manager, Section Leader; Brown & White; WLVR radio station: American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Cynthia Carol Walter Langhorne, PA. Chemical Engineering Sodetv of 
Women Engineers; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Jeff Warrington Chappaqua, \\ . Computer Science. Delta Sigma Phi. 

Mark Phillip Wassersug Med ford \|. Civil Engineering. Zeta Psi. Vu e 
President 

Dana Marie Webber WvcMillord.CT. Computer Engineering and Lrban 
Studies. Soccer: Delta Gamma; RushCounselor, Phi Eta Sigma; ChiEpsiIon; 
Deans I ist, 

Kirstin Webber I ake Forest, IL International Careers. Latin American 
Studies minor. Alpha Phi Vice President, House Manager Crew Team, 
Coxswain. 

Ronald Theodore Weber, Jr. Wilton, CT Electrical Engineering and 
Engineering Physics. Music minor. Jazz Ensemble; Percussion Ensemble; 
Wind Ensemble; Guitar Ensemble: Institute of Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers. 

Lawrence William Webster Schooley's Mountain. NJ. Mechanical Engi- 
neering. Zeta Tsi. President: Lacrosse Club: lnterfraternity Council; Society 
ot Automotive Engineers; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 



Viola - Webster 359 




Glenn F. White 



Douglas Whitman Nancy Holland Widmayer Christopher G. Wight 



Sara Lynne Wilcox 




Maureen Kathryn Wimmer 

360 Seniors 



Jamie Lynne Wine Michael Sean Winterling 



John R.Wise III 




Andrew Marc Weismer 



David W. Weiss, Jr. 



Meryl Caryn Weiss 




Stewart Alan Wessel 



Michael D. Wetzel 



Kevin Morlock Whelan 




Brenda I. Wildrick 



Carey Suzanne Williams 



Hillary Robin Wilson 




James Robert Wolcott III 



Thomas Wold 



Gary W. Wolf II 



Jeff Weiner KlIimtM itv.MD International Relations, Phi Delta Theta. 

Staceylern Weisman I'clham Manor, NY. International Careers. Commu- 
nication minor. Alpha Omicron l'i. Pri ol 1**2, Vice 
President; I our < iuide; Student Ambassadors, Panhellenic ( ouocil Rush 
Counselor; < >rder ol ( Irnega. 

Andrew Marc Weismer Cherry Hill, \| Industi ring Rugby 

Club; Alpha Sigma Phi 

David W. Weiss, Jr. FountainviDe, PA Civil Engineering, (nterfrati 
Council, Judicial Vice President, President; Student Senate; Council ol 
Student Presidents, Lambda Chi Alpha- 
Meryl Caryn Weiss Woodbury, NY. International Careers. Govemmi nt 
minor. Equestrian Team, Captain; Student Senate. 

Anne Floi.se Weitzman Lexington, MA. Journalism Government minor. 
Brown & White, Assistant Mews Editor, Assistant Sports Editoi I a< rossc; 
Pield Hockey;Student/AthlctcCouncil, Student Ambassadors.C O.A ( 1 1 
Program. 

Lauren Dale Wertlieb Dix Hills, NY. Psychology. Spanish minor. UPHI \ I, 
Gamma Phi Beta, Executive. 

Stewart Alan Wessel ColtsNeck,NJ. Marketing. Writing minor. Beta Theta 
Pi; Swim Team, Captain; Student Senate 

Michael D. Wetzel Northampton, PA. Electrical Engineering and Engi- 
neering Physics. Economics minor. Institute of Electrical and Elei Ironies 
Engineers, Treasurer; Brown & White, Assistant Photo Editor; Tae Kwon Do 
Club; Society of Automotive Engineers; Ski Club; Award of the Bethlehem 
Fabricators; Dean's List. 

Kevin Morlock Whelan Syracuse,. \Y Industrial Engineering. Ice Hockev. 
President; Sigma Chi; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Glenn F. White Pittsburgh, PA. Industrial Engineering. Economics minor. 
Chi Phi, President, Vice President, I hstorian. 

Douglas Whitman New Y'ork.NY. Computer Science. Phi Gamma Delta. 

Nancy Holland Widmayer North Tarrvtovvn, NY. Social Relations. Com- 
munication minor. Alpha Gamma Delta, Rush Chairperson; Gryphon Soci- 
ety. 

Christopher G.Wight Montclajr, NJ. Philosophy. Religion Studies minor. 
Amaranth Literary Magazine; International House; Outdoor Activities 
House. 

Sara Lynne Wilcox St. Davids, PA. Psychology. French minor. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Psi Chi; Dean's List 

Brenda I. Wildrick Potomac. MD. Civil Engineering. Gryphon Society. 
Secretary; Tour Guide; American Socieh ot Civil Engineers; Society ol 
Women Engineers; Student Ambassadors; Roger G Skitter Memorial Award 
in Civil Engineering; Women's Club Award; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Carey Suzanne Williams Lititz, PA Psychology, Art minor. Alpha Chi 
Omega. 

Hillarv Robin Wilson Brvn Mawr, PA Management History minor 

Navigators; Alpha Chi Omega 

Maureen Kathryn Wimmer Danville. PA. Chemical Engineering. Dimen- 
sion Indoor Colorguard, Manager, President ; Society ot Women Engineers; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Taylor ( . 

Jamie Lynne Wine Canton, MA. Government and English Lehigh Big/ 
Little Sisters; Arts and Science College Scholar Program; Marti ndale Center 
Student Associate: Phi Beta Kappa 

Michael Sean Winterling Clark-villc MD Mechanical Engineering. 
Gryphon Society; Delta Tau Delta; Tennis; Dean's Last 

John R. Wise III I ebanon, PA. Chemical Engineering. Sigma Nu, Vice 
President, Pledge Marshal; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Tau 
Beta Pi; Trustee Scholarship; Dean's [ i-t 

Paul Witte Hillside, NJ. English. 

lames Robert Wolcott III Richboro, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Pi Tau 
Sigma, Vice President. 

Thomas Wold Medfield. MA Architecture. Zcta Psi; Lacrosse; Ski Club; 
Dean's List. 

Can' W. Wolf II New Vernon, NJ. Geology. Beta Theta Pi. 



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Earl Clark caught at a serious moment 

BATTLEFIELD 

Lehigh-Lafayette goalpost tradition ends 
with crowd, police all-out brawl 

The 127th battle between Lehigh and Lafayette will not be remembered as much for 
the game as for the ensuing riot which followed. Before the game ended, maintenance crews 
quickly brought the teams' benches and orange endzone markers to safety. A hush came 
over the crowd. The typical charge for the posts did not happen. 

A total of 65 police officers from Bethlehem and 15 from Lehigh surrounded the new, 
much talked about metal goalposts, waiting for anyone attempting to get near them. Forty 
officers surrounded both the north and south posts. 

While the footbal teams congratulated each other in the center of the field, a small 
group from the Lafayette side broke onto the field. Soon, small groups from all parts of the 
stadium ran onto the field. Many spectators remained in the stands to watch the action. 

For the first time, Lehigh and Lafayette students stood together and approached the 
south goalpost. The spectators in the stands cheered the group, shouting "Post! Post! Post!: 
The police stood their ground until the crowd began to throw pieces of muddy turf at them. 
The police began to shrink back until the crowd advanced. At this point, the police drew 
their Mace and began to spray the crowd. The crowd scattered, except those who were 
writhing on the ground from the Mace in their eyes. 

Shouts of disapproval from the spectators were heard as the police with nightsticks 
drawn sprayed the crowd with Mace. The traditional violence with student against student 
was now student against police. Several students said the display of violence seemed 
unequal to anything in Lehigh's history. 

People also attacked police officers. Lehigh Police Sgt. Tony Casciano was repeatedly 
punched in the face by a member of the crowd and had to be taken to the hospital for 
treatment. "The idea was for the police to be visible at the goalposts," said Lehigh Chief 
of Police Eugene Dax. "It got to the point where I was concerned for the physical aspect 
of my own being." According to Dax, eight Bethlehem police and four Lehigh police were 
injured. 

Liz Petronino, '92, said, "I saw them beat students, including women, on the field. I 
don't think that type of violence is necessary." However, University President Peter Likins 
aid in a press conference that this game was a "step in the right direction." 

362 Seniors 



Erica I. Yahr 



Stephen Edward Yaniga 




Winnie Wai Yeung 



Woong Sun Yoo 




Jung K. Yu 



Melissa K. Yu 




Caroline L. Woynicki 



Katherine Erin Wyatt 



Noelle Marie Yaeger 




Linda Vaverbaum 



Takahiro Yavvata 



Richard David Yentis Jr. 




Andrew Yorks 



Lynne Marie Yost 



Chari Leigh Young 




Robert A. Zach 



Joanna Zagarinsky 



Mohammad Nadeem Zakaria 



Eric Wolfe Westport, CT. Economics. Mathematics minor. Investment 
Club, Vice President; MartindaleCenter Student Associate. 

Charles J. Wortmann ( resskili NJ Finance. Alpha Tau Omega. 

Caroline I.. Woynicki Bethlehem, PA. Accounting. Delia A-ta, Assistant 
Pledge Educator, Executive Assistant; Accounting Club. 

Katherine Erin Wyatt Tjmonium, MD. Psychology. 

Noelle Marie Yaeger Washington, DC. English and Spanish, Gamma Phi 
Beta, Junior Executive Board; Brown & White, Assistant Photo Editor. 

Erica J. Yahr Englcwood Gifts, NJ. Psychology. Sociology minor. Dean's 
List. 

Stephen Edward Yaniga North 1 luntingdon, PA. Materials Science and 
Engineering. Basketball; Track and Field. 

Linda Yaverbaum Columbia, MD. Mechanical Engineering. Outing Club, 
President; American Society oi Mechanical Engineers; Society of Women 
Engineers. 

Takahiro Yawata Norwood, NJ. Finance. National Finance HonorSocutv 
Dean's List. 

Richard David Yentis, Jr. Fort Worth, TX. Computer Engineering. Mustard 
and Cheese; OCTOPUS, Secretary;Student Activities Council, Off-Campus 
Representative; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

Winnie Wai Yeung Fair Haven, NJ. Computer Engineering. SocieU of 
Women Engineers; Dance Club; East Asian Society; Association of Comput- 
ing Machinery; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 

WoongSunYoo Seoul, Korea. Architecture. East Asian Studies and Stud m 
Art minor. TaeKwon Do Club; American Institute of ArchitectureStudents; 
East Asian Society; Korean Students Association, Dean's List. 

Andrew Yorks Short Hills, NJ. Psychology. Interfratemity Council, Judi- 
ciary Committee, Vice Chairperson, Investment Club, Vice President; Chi 
Phi; Who's Who Among American College and University Students; Chi Phi 
Scholastic Achievement Award; Dean's List. 

Lynne Marie Yost Cincinnati. OH. Marketing. Freshman Orientation 
Leader; Swim Team; Alpha Phi Omega; Marketing Club 

Chari Leigh Young Quakertoun, PA Mechanical Engineering. Softball. 
Captain;LehighChristianFellowship;Societvot Women Engineers; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineei s 

lung K. Yu Abington. PA Architecture. Graphic Communication minor. 
East Asian Society. Secretary; Korean Students Association; American 
Institute of Architecture Students. 

Melissa K. Yu River Edge. NJ. Behavioral Neuroscience. 

Robert A. Zach Fast Brunswick, NJ. Computer Engineer! 
Technology and Society minor. Delta Chi, Steward; Institute of Electrical 
and Electronics Engineers. 

Joanna Zagarinsky Greenwich, CT. Behavioral Neuroscience. Alpha Phi, 
Rush Chairperson. 

Mohammad Nadeem Zakaria Orlando PL. Materials Science and Engi- 
neering. 



Wolfe - Zakaria 363 




Doug Wliitman and Laura Eaglesham share a drink together at a tailgate. 



Justin Lewis Zimmerman 



Geoffrey Zink 




When Riddles shaved his head for $300? 

When Dravo's new lounge was flooded? 

The Nostradamos prediction? 

The "no vomiting rules" for the Greeker 
Eating contest 

Open Parties? 

Club 31? 

Party Posters and Brown & White party 
lists? 

The band in Eco 1 during Lehigh- 
Lafayette weekend and Greek Week? 

Freshman Row? 



Crowd rallies against King 
case verdict, violence 

A cross-section of the Lehigh community 
gathered to protest the verdict and the violence in 
the aftermath of the announcement of the Rodney 
King verdict. Nearly 200 students, faculty, and 
staff of all races attended an impromptu rally to 
condemn this verdict in the case of Los Angeles 
police officers accused of police brutality against 
motorist Rodney King. The crowd spoke out 
against the verdict as well as the violence and 
racial tension resulting from the verdict. 

In 1991, the actions of the Los Angeles police 
officers accused of brutalizing King were caught 
on videotape, causing most people to assume that 
a guilty verdict was assured. However, a 12 
member jury in a wealthy community outside Los 
Angeles County returned a not guilty verdict, 
mobs rioted in the city. 

Peaceful demonstrations, similar to the one at 
Lehigh, were also held. The Lehigh demonstra- 
tion emphasized solidarity among the races against 
both the verdict and the violence. After gathering 
on Maginnes lawn, the demonstrators moved to 
the flagpole on the University Center lawn, joined 
hands in two giant concentric circles, and listened 
to their fellow students and staff members speak 
their minds. After the flagpole speak-out, the 
crowd observed a moment of silence, then filed 
silently through three floors of the University 
Center. 



It's Ted! 

Lehigh President Peter Likins and Senior Class President 
Darren Blumberg announced Ted Turner's selection and 
acceptance as the May 31,1992 commencement speaker.! 
Turner, Time Magazine's Man of the Year, is chairman of 
the board and president of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. 

Turner was chosen by the senior class, which traditionally 
works with the university's administration to select a com- j 
mencement speaker. "We're very excited to have Mr. 
Turner," Blumberg said. "It's a great opportunity to have 
someone of his stature at Lehigh. I think the class will 
respond favorably. He's a name everyone knows." 

"Ted Turner joins a distinguished list of high-profile 
commencement speakers at Lehigh." Likins said, "from Lee 
Iacocca to Bill Cosby, all chosen by the senior class officers 
on behalf of their classmates. I'm looking forward to an I 
exciting day." 

Turner began his career as an account executive for! 
Turner Advertising Co. , where he became president and 
chief operating officer in 1963. In 1976, he originated the 
"superstation" concept, transmitting the station's signal to 
cable systems nationwide via satellite. In that same year, he 
purchased the Atlanta Braves baseball team. TBS acquired 
a limited partnership in the Atlanta Hawks basketball team 
in 1977. 

In 1980, Turner inaugurated CNN, the world's first live 
24-hour, all news TV network. Last December, he acquired 
the entertainment assets of Hanna-Barbera Production. Inc., 
which includes the Flintstones and the Jetsons. Turner is ! 
married to actress and business woman Jane Fonda. 



364 Seniors 




David Zarin 



Jeffrey Lee Zemsky 




(Catherine L. Ziobro 



Martin M. Zug 



Kathy Zygmun 



THEY SAY IT ROSE... 

Elvis appears at Rauch levitation 

The question on everyone's mind Monday. 
Ma) 4. 1992, at 12:05 pm was "Will Rauch 
rise ?" According to Norman Girardot. professor 
of religion studies. Rauch did rise. 

Girardot claimed that this "mother of all levita- 
tions" was attended by over 3(X) students and 
faculty. English professor Robert Harson. act- 
ing as Hierophant, led a procession of faculty 
members dressed in robes and masks. 

The energy for the lev nation came from stu- 
dents swinging ancient Australian aboriginal 
bullroarers combined with the "time and space 
rending" energies of an immuexia machine. 
This energ\ was then channeled to Rauch. Ac- 
cording to Girardot. several outcomes were pos- 
sible. Either nothing could nave happened. 
Rauch could have gone up in \isihle time and 
space, or it could have risen, but not high enough 
to be seen. 

Girardot said that he could not be sure what 
would happen. "If we tear a hole in the space - 
time continuum, who knows what will happen. 

rhisholeledtothemateriali/ation of Elvis Preslej . 
a ho appeared in the Rauch courtyard riding a 
motorcycle. Elvis, who looked suspiciously 

ike Keith Rapaport. '94. spoke briefly to the 
:rowd before he was sucked back into the 4th 

liniension. He said. "I really prefer the young 

:l\is stamp over that big old bloated Elvis 

>tamp. You buy it now. you hear' 
More levitations at Lehigh may occur in the 

uture. "Who knows what this may lead to?" 

jirardot said. 



New twist on Graduation 

According to a faculty memo from 
Lehigh President Peter Likins. the admin- 
istration developed'individual recognition 
ceremonies" for the three academic col- 
leges on the Saturday before Sunday's 
commencement activities. This decision 
came in response to a student petition 
signed by ?()() seniors calling for an out- 
door graduation this year. 

Senior Class Secretary Alayna Kassan 
said the pre-graduation ceremonies will 
enable the graduates to participate in a 
more personal ceremony, in which their 
names will be read and all family and 
friends can still attend, while the actual 
commencement exercises will remain the 
same. 

"Everything that's been done on Sun- 
day in the past will still be done, she said 
We're not taking an) thing awa\ from Sun- 
day, just adding to it. 

James Harper. Director of Community 
Relations, said he feels that there will be 
problems with the new ceremonies, m 
light of the haste with which they were 
planned, but that they will provide a means 
for dealing w ith the difficulties associated 
with the spring commencement in the fu- 
ture. 



Paul D. Zamek Washington Township, \) Architecture and I rkin 
Studies American Institute of Architectural Students; kappa Alpha. 

Mark Anthony Zappa Somerville, N| Mechanical Engineering, WLVR 
radio station, I leavy Metal /Hard Rixk Director; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, 

David Zarin Short Hill-, ,\l Marketing. Sigma Alpha \lu. Exchequer, 
Sc holarship Chairperson, InterfraternitvCouncil Representative. 

Jeffrey Lee Zemsky Monsey, NY. Mechanical Engineering Student Activi 
tiesCouiuil, FilmsCo-Chairperson.Scxdetv of Automotive Engin.vrs.Trea- 
surer; Mountain BQceClub. 

Justin Lewis Zimmerman Shippensburg. PA, Industrial Engineering 
Marketing Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign 

Geoffrey Zink Damestown, MD Electrical Engineering Techmcjl Theatre 
minor. Mustard and Cheese, President. 

Katherine L. Ziobro Manalapan.NJ. Biology Government minor Mustard 
and Cheese; Lehigh University Volunteers; Lehigh Bit I ittlc Sisters, 
Marti ndale Center Student Associate. 

Martin M. Zug Bethlehem, PA. Economic- and Russian Area Srudu-- 

M. Kathy Zygmun Lake Forest, IL Economics and American Studies. Unv 
and legal Institutions minor. Alpha Omicron Pi. Vice President, Activities 
( hairperson;UPBl 



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Walter R. Allen III 
Kristen Karol Anderson 
James John Angeliades 
Karen Lynne Atkiss 
David V. Bader 
David F. Bartholic 
Michael Steven Bartron 
A jay Kumar Batra 
Paul G. Beidler 
Stephanie Maris Blum 
Robert Gregory Bonar 
Gregory Breen 
Mark Robert Brooks 
Derek Richard Brophy 
Cullen C. Burda 
Anut Chatikavanij 
Michael Pin Keat Chua 
Thomas Michael Connors 
Darcee Anne Dalbec 
Christian Roger Deangelis 
Peter Francis Deely 
John Brooke Delfini 
Richard Thomas Destremps 
David Gerard Dolan 
Andrew David Endy 
Henry Morton Feder III 
Brett Thomas Finn 
David C. Finnerty 
Alan P. Flory 
Christopher Brent Frost 
Suzanne Catherine Gill 
Stefania S. Giobbe 
Peter Rene Giovale 
James McClain Glazebrook 
Richard Clinton Goldbach 
Graham Jason Goldberg 
Eric Goldman 
Kimberly R. Golub 
Todd W. Groff 



Heather Sue Graver 
Asfa Lily Haji Salman 
Shon Les Harker 
Christopher J. Hedin 
James Stuart Hill 
John Duane Hillis 
Young Kook Hong 
Iskandar Ibrahim 
Geoffrey Samuel Jacoby 
Richard D. James 
Robert Martin Johnson 
Peter Truxtun Jones 
Sheetal Gulab Kanar 
Lisa Karabelnik 
Enna Karlova 
Peter Mark Keaveney 
Shazneen J. Keyamanesh 
Karl Norman Khoury 
Michael Erich Kondritz 
George Nicholas Korkgy 
Jr. 

Lilia Andrea Kozicky 
Rohit Krishna 
Brian J. Kwan 
Karl J. Lamberth 
Valerie-Anne Laury 
David Anthony Lees 
Christopher Andre Legallo 
Yury D. Levin 
Paul Abraham Levine 
Anders Lars Lofgren 
Kevin Michael Madaya 
Larry E. Magargal Jr. 
Michele Lynn Marcantonio 
Panagiotis Athanassios 
Markatos 

Shawn Michael Masterson 
Lawrence Scott Max 
Timothy Andrew Mayer 



Christopher Paul Menet 

Mark Richard Miller 

Kiersten Elise Mitchell 

Marcu Symington Montenecourt 

Michele M. Morgan-Coughlan 

John P. Morris 

Jessica L. Mulrain 

Glenn Frederick Myers 

Dai Quang Nguyen 

Christoph Nickisch 

Charles Edward Penn 

Joseph Dominic Posillico III 

Kelly Rae Prather 

Sandee Pyne 

Uma Rao 

Lawrence Joseph Rasero III 

Gregg Alan Riccio 

Todd H. Richter 

Scott M. Roberts 

Peter M. Roseman 

Toms Bugbee Royal Jr. 

Jeffrey Alan Sanders 

Jerold S. Schnell 

David James Sharrar 

Herbert James Sinnock 

Amy Lynn Sloane 

Albert F. Snyder 

Susan A. Sprague 

Mats Ulf Stahlkrantz 

Anthony James Sterling 

Benjamin Robert Strauss 

David Brannan Teufel 

Paal Eric Tnorsen 

Feza Sevket Tunc 

Peter Boris Vlasov 

Laurence Joseph Walsh 

David Weiss 

David Kerr Woolley 



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Erik Bird 



/ always knew that looking back at us crying 
would make me laugh, but I never knew looking 

back at us laughing would make me cry. 
Moments are temporary, memories are forever. 



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-Ted Turner 



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(below) Debbie Streicher pausesfor one last 
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grinning grads. 

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attended the Arts and Sciences 
recognition ceremony with several of 
his students. 

(below) Rosemarie Rudisill teaches 
herself to attach the hood to the gown. 




Faculty participation helped make the day special for the graduate 



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t^MMM?&MM$MMM^MM 


Patrons 


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Linda Abt 


Betsy & Stephen Davis 




Patricia Acciavatti 


Joseph & Elizabeth Day 




Peter & Marie Acton 


Charles Dell-Bene 




Kelly M. Adams 


Judith E. Dery 




Richard J. Adams 


Lorie DeSanto 




Richard P. Adams 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Dilks 




Mr. & Mrs. Max Amos, Jr. 


Bill & Janet Doyle 




Mr. & Mrs. George D. Anzalone 


Mr. & Mrs. A. Drinkwater, Jr. 




Theodora A. Ashby 


Raymond J. Duda 




Mr. & Mrs. David E. Baker 


Morton & Sarah Eckhause 




Jennifer Balkan 


Susan Estroff 




The Begelman Family 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Evers 




Dr. Luther Beil 


The Fariello Family 




Ross Bell 


Mrs. Howard S. Fiala W'62 




Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Benson 


Rita J. Frank 




Jane Bernstein 


Joan & Glenn Gali 




Stephen & Joanne Bernstein 


Andrea & Martin Gendel 




Dr. Kenneth & Monica Blumberg 


Leslie & David Glickman 




Linda Bond-Nelson 


Joan & Herb Goldberg 




Mr. & Mrs. John R. Boyda 


Mr. & Mrs. John Gordon 




Jean E. Brindle & Family 


Mike & Carol Gunsaullus 




Mr. & Mrs. Gavin Brownlie 


Gustav & Marilyn Haak 




Peggy & Andy Bulfer 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Hahn 




Gary & Carolyn Burt 


Frank Hahne 




Joseph P. Caiazzo 


Robert C. & Josephine Hassard 




Clem & Marie Calabrese 


Karen Hawken 




Rosalia & Joseph Calantoni 


Melvin Heuer 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cambareri 


Mr. & Mrs. William R. Hill, Jr. 




Dennis & Mary Carney 


Dr. & Mrs. Philip L. Hower 




Franklin D. Carrier 


Ms. Joan L. Hrebek 




Chuck & Linda Carter 


Hong-Zen Lin Hung 




Trina Casell 


Che-Wu Hung 




Richard & Barbara Checco 


Katherine & William Humm 




Lana S. Chen 


The W. Humphreys Family 




Mr. & Mrs. John C.A. Chick 


Robert & Janet Iotti 




Emil Cipollone 


J. Wright Johnson 




Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Clyde 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald Joseph 




Stephen & Catherine Collins 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Kalbach, Jr. 




Phyllis & Alan Comery 


Deborah & Howard Kamins 




Michael & Sharon Cook 


Kishor Kapadia 




The Corr Family 


Francis Keane 




Janet & Joe Corr 


Mr. & Mrs. Larry Kerr 




Frank Corso 


Bruce A. Klemer 




Michael Cuddington 


Mrs. Jean Michael Kohlhagen 




Mrs. Lynne Ann Davey 


Mr. & Mrs. Martin Komfeld 





376 Seniors 



Patrons 



Robert & Barbara Kosek 

George & Mary Kuhlkin 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Kurimsky 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis M. Lamolino 

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Latimer 

Roberta & Michael Leis 

Dr. & Mrs. Mark Levinsohn 

Nicholas Losavio 

William G. Luehrs 

Agostino & Rose Marie Malfatti 

John & Nancy Marano 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Marcus 

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Marschall 

Jerry Mase 

Mr. & Mrs. Terrence McCarthy 

James McGill, Jr. 

Ron & Dolores Meixell 

Mr. & Mrs. Alex Metzger 

Fritz & Mary Mezger 

Anthony & Dolores Mignogna 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Milhiser 

Don & Stephanie Molen 

Mr. & Mrs. David Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. C.B. Norman 

Maryilyn & Jack Nussbaum 

Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. O'Byrne 

William & Theresa O'Donnell 

Joan Parks 

Vitalia T. Pascoe 

Mr. & Mrs. William G. Paul, Jr. 

Jeanne & David Pauly 

Tom & Elise Payne 

Richard & Patricia Penske 

Peter M. & Judith A. Pelka 

William S. Pep'e 

Wilma & Joel Pitman 

Thomas & Carol Pugsley 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Pursel 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Raia 

Mr. & Mrs. John Ragazzo 

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Reardon 

Jill Reid 

Barbara F. Reif 

Elizabeth L. Resch 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rinella 



Angel E. Rodriguez 

Jean & Joseph Romano 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Roth 

Peter G. Russell 

Sig & Doris Rutkowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Savoy 

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Schaeffer, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. H.K. Senula 

William J. & Monica M. Sibley 

Lois & Peter Schmeidler 

Peter J. Shovlin 

Herschel Sklaroff 

James & Claudia Soch 

Mr. & Mrs. D.L. Squier 

Dr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Stanton 

The Steube Family 

Mrs. James A. Stevens 

Stanley & Paulette Strauss 

Mr. &Mrs. W.D. Strubbe, Sr. 

R. Brian Strunk 

John & Alice Stull 

Donna & Joe Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Al Taglianetti, Jr. 

Mannoor J. Thomas 

John & Margo Tighe 

Nancy E. Tisdale 

Andy & Rose Torigian 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Tovvler 

Mr. & Mrs. V. Volpicelli 

Mrs. Henrv Wachtel 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Waite 

Lynne & Bob Walter 

Harvev & Peggy Walters 

R. Wakefield Ward 

Dr. & Mrs. Charles Weingarten 

Gloria & Leonard Weiss 

Marjorie C. West 

Michael & Beatrice Wolford 

Masaaki & Takeko Toyama 

Jacqueline H. Young 

Jung Y. Yu 

Beatrice Zemskv 



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Sponsors 



Richard P. Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Arnold A. Agnoli 

Dr. & Mrs. Samie Alley 

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Altholz 

Ann Appleman 

Mr. & Mrs. James D. Athanas 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert M. Bank 

Phyllis & Ralph Barone 

Anibal R. Barreto 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Scott Bartlett, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. William Bechtold 

David W. Berger 

Laszlo & Margit Bollyky 

Leonard & Christine Bonacorsa 

Dave Bradley's Family 

Brice 

B.J. Brown 

Michael Brown 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brozost 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Brucker 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Bryan 

Peter Buckley's Family 

Mr. & Mrs. C.G. Burton 

Mr. & Mrs. Chandru Butani 

Linda & Myron Calderon 

Dolores P. Camaglia 

Ronald Camaglia 

Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Carabillo 

Jeri & Nicholas Cavagnaro 

Dr. & Mrs. Dominic A. Cervoni 

Patrick & Catherine Chaconas 

Jackson & Debbie Chen 

Ernie Christoph 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Clements, Jr. 

William & Beverly Cogan 

Mr. & Mrs. A.C. Collard 

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick T. Conroy 

Eileen R. Corbin 

Mr. & Mrs. Wade H. Cruse II 

Dr. & Mrs. Henry W. Davoli 

Elias G. Deeb 

Michael F. Delaney 

Vincent & Barbara DeMarte 

Harriet Sawyer Demato 

Sushilaben M. Desai 

Ellen & Philemon Dickinson 

The DiRomaldo Family 



Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. Dockray 

Peter A. Dolan 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dolce 

Bruno N. & Catharine S. Dori 

Dr. & Mrs. Serge J. Dos 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Effron 

Herbert E. Ehlers 

Nancy & Ralph Elias 

Gordon M. Fader 

Dr. & Mrs. L. Valentin Feyns 

Mr. & Mrs. David Foss 

Mary A. Foss 

David Scott Foster, Jr. 

Walter & Eileen Frees 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Gabbay 

Dr. & Mrs. Benedicto S. Garin 

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin P. Geiger 

Gary Gendell 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Gilligan 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Giangiulio 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Giannantonio, Jr. 

Nancy & Ken Glass 

Jill & Fred Gold 

Joyce & Neal Goldner 

Eugene & Arlene Golub & Family 

Mr. & Mrs. N.K. Gorawara 

Mr. & Mrs. James Gordon 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Hare 

Sharon L. Harvey 

Marilyn & Howard Heiss 

Judith A. Hicks 

Barbara & Stanley Hochhauser 

Beverly & Steve Hochhauser 

Mr. & Mrs. Jay C. Huffard 

Mr. & Mrs. Karl H. Jacob 

Mark & Marsha Kaiser 

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Kaplan 

Steven B. Kaplan 

Susan & Gary Kellman 

Kathy L. Kessel 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Knoebel'61 

Jung U. Ko 

Drs. Devendra & Omila Kochhar 

Mr. & Mrs. Chris G. Kraras 

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolf Krizsan 

Laurence & Ellen Lazar 

Maurice Leonardi 



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Sponsors 



Gregory & Rita Lerman 

Sherry & Leonard Levine 

Paul & Patricia Lightfoot 

Arthur H. Lippitt 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Luchsinger 

Drs. Larry & Helga Magargal 

Mr. Wilfred G. Mango, Jr. 

Judith A. Martyak 

Robert E. & Jean Mathews II 

Norma & Edward Maze 

Joseph A. McAuley, M.D. 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McCabe 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. McCarthy, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard McGovern 

Pete & Betsy McKinnell 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard Meagher 

Sharon W. Merriweather 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mignatti 

Donald Miller 

Frank Montemurro 

Iris & Tom Moran 

Frederick C. Mueller'62 

John & Patricia Munshower 

Mr. & Mrs. John Mutchek 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Newell 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Nicozisis 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley T. Novak, Jr. 

George & Susan Olsen 

Dr. & Mrs. Jerzy A. Owczarek 

Ms. Despina Paghidas 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Panzino 

Jerome & Rory Parnell 

Teodozia S. Pepe 

David & Linda Perlmutter 

Francois & Kay Petot 

Charles & Sheila Perry 

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Pine 

Sandra & Mitchell Pinsly 

Tony & Vanda Pirone 

John D. Piatt 

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Quinn 

Pauline & Harvey Radler 

John & Mary Randolph 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin A. Robertson 

Dr. & Mrs. Roland P. Roth 

Mr. & Mrs. William Roth 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Saab 



Wayne H. Samson 

Carol & Jim Sandford 

The Parents of Bryan Schait 

Ron & Joyce Scharf 

George F. Scheers, M.D. 

Terri Scherer 

Dr. & Mrs. Morris Scherr 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. Shaffer 

Arlette Shashoua 

Robert & Michele Sheipe 

Gerald & Idy Sherer 

JoAnn & Bill Simon 

Jan G. & Cathe Snedeker 

Maxine & Marty Solomon 

Mr. & Mrs. Emmanuel M. Sossiadis 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Snyder 

Nancy A. Snyder 

Marshall K. Steele III 

Mr. & Mrs. Joel Steinberg 

Elaine & Allan Stimmel 

Richard & Carolyn Streicher 

Jose & Maria Helena Suarez 

Professor & Mrs. Simon Suckewer 

Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Taylor 

Diana Thoens 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Thompson 

Yoshiro Tsuyuki 

Mr. & Mrs. James Vinci 

Carl & Judy Wagman 

Joseph & Elizabeth Wallace 

James & Dorothy Watson 

Claire Munson Way 

Judy & George Webb, Jr. 

Peter G. Weiland 

Richard & Kris Weiner 

Gerald & Marge Wertlieb 

Barbara & Ted Widmayer 

Dr. & Mrs. George N. Williams III 

Mr. & Mrs. Carter Wolfe 

Ivar & Maggie Wold 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wolf 

Harvey L. York'67 

Barbara York 

Chao Kun Yu 

Mr. & Mrs. Jonas Zagarinsky 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Matt Corson 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
Love, Mom and Tony 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Vincent 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Joseph G. Alcamo 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Marianne 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Cecilia 

& Julian Bailliet 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Linda Barone 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Ralph 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Linda Barone 

FOR A JOB WELL DONE. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU AND WE 

LOVE YOU. 

Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Linda Barone 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
Steve & Kim 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Linda Barone 

I'M SO PROUD OF YOU 

AND WHAT YOU HAVE 

ACCOMPLISHED 

Love, Grandmom 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Laura 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
Love, Dad and Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Darren 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Nikki 



CONGRATULATIONS 

President Blumberg 

IMPOSSIBLE MEANS IT 
TAKES A LITTLE LONGER 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dave 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dave, Bob & Robin 



CONGRATULATIONS 

John 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Pete & Greg Cannito 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Albert 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Dad and Mom 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Peter R. Corbin 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



r 

CONGRATULATIONS 
Kim Costas 

IT IS TIME TO EMBRACE THE 

WORLD. MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS 

COME TRUE. 

Love Mom, Dad, Jennifer, i 
, Bug Kukla 



TO OUR DAUGHTER 
Jennifer L Brown 

FOR ALL YOU ARE, 

FOR ALL YOU CAN BE, 

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU 

AND THE CLASS OF 1992 

Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Amy Lynn Covucci 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Laura & John 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

Colleen 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Jim & Sean 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Courtenoy Deene Engelke 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Sandy & Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Teddy 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, John, Mom, Travis 

& the whole family 

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Matt Girardy 

WE LOVE YOU & 

ARE SO PROUD OF YOU. 

GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS WITH A 

FUTURE OF SUCCESS 

8c HAPPINESS 
Dad, Mom & James 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Scott 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Dad & Mary 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Steve 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Gail, 

Jim, Val, Pat, Jane, 

Andy, Lauren & Chris 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brian Frey 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Amy 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Ian 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Doug Goldner 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Jason 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jon 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Beth, Debbie & David 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dawn 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
The Grella Family 



Dear Kimbels, 

OUR HEARTS ARE FILLED WITH 

JOY AS OUR PRECIOUS 

DAUGHTER GRADUATES. 

WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Bill Henningson 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, "Mom-Dad" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Joshua S. Holtz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Chuck, Jordan 



384 Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Christina Howe 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mother, Dad 

and Jonathan 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Big Nick 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Vito and Mo 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Melissa Kauffman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Kathi, 

Jeff, Tori & Alex 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Heather 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom & Dad, Jordan 






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CONGRATULATIONS 

Tanya 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Bill 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

Meredith Paige Karp 

WE ARE SO VERY 

PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom and Bruce 






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CONGRATULATIONS 

David Kaufman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Michael A. Kijesky 

OUR FAVORITE CHEM-E. 

CONGRATULATIONS 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom & Dad, 
Mark & Andy 



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Seniors 385 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jennifer King 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Julie 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Vicki I 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Allan, Mom, Dad, Sheri, 

Bill, Nana, Lloyd, Joan and Josh 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Scott 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Ami 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Adorn Bortets Lorrobee 

I'M VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

Much love and best of luck, 

Mom 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Lisa K.! 

YOU HAVE ALL THE RESOURCES 

YOU NEED TO SUCCEED. WE 

WISH YOU THE BEST 

IN EVERYTHING YOU DO!! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Linda 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Maryelyn 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU' 
Love, Mom and Ben 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Josh 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Jess 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF '92! 

Betsy and Peter Loxterman 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
WORLD'S GREATEST KID! 

Love, 

Your Parents 



Adam, 

WE THOUGHT IT WAS SO IN 

ROOSEVELT SCHOOL, WE SAW IT 

HAPPEN IN SAYREVILLE H.S. AND 

NOW YOU'VE DONE IT! 

Love, Mom, Dad & Maria 



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THE WORLD'S 

GREATEST KID 

WAS BORN 

ON 7/21/70 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Carolyn 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 

Mom, Dad, LeeAnne, 

Mark and John 



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Seniors 387 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Eric Oppenheimer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Laura 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SON, 

Shown 

WE ARE PROUD OF YOU! 

"IF YOU HAVE FAITH. ..NOTHING 

SHALL BE IMPOSSIBLE UNTO YOU' 

MATT 17:20 

With all our love, Mom & Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chuck Ott 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ott 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jennifer Lyn 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATS AND BEST WISHES TO 

Rob Pixley 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 

MAY YOUR FUTURE BE 

AS RADIANT AS OUR PRIDE! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and John 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



Tommy P. 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Leslie & Brad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

LizR. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Lesley Shorr, 

YOU STAND STRONG WITH 
WISDOM HARVESTED FROM 

LIFE AND SCHOOL. 

WE ADMIRE AND LOVE YOU. 

Jonathan, Michael, Mom & Bob 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

Nancy 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 

Jane & Richard Roberts 

Ellen & Michael Hefter 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Joe Romano 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Michael, Jeff, 

Annie, Jason and Christina 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Julie Rosen 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Michael 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michele! 

WE ARE SO VERY 

PROUD OF YOU! 

GOOD LUCK IN LAW SCHOOL! 

With all our love, 

Mom, Dad & Donna 




Seniors 389 



As you reach forward 

with one hand, accept 

the advice of those who 

have gone before you, and 

in the same manner reach 

back with the other hand to 

those who foilow you; for life is 

a fragile chain of experiences 

held together by love. 

WITH MUCH LOVE AND PRIDE, 
WE CONGRATULATE YOU, 

Melissa 

Dad, Mom and John 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Michael Madigan 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Brothers 



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NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO, AL- 
WAYS MEET US WHERE THEY'RE 
PUMPING OUT THOSE PRIZES. 

Love Ya, 

Mom, Lou, Mary, 

Kevin, Tippy & Daisey 



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To Susan Bartlett 

I PAID THE BOOKSTORE, SUE, SO 

NOW YOU CAN GRADUATE. WE 

LOVE & ARE PROUD OF YOU. 

MOM & DAD 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Christopher Detweiler 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
Mom and Dad 



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LEHIGH IS POORER 

AND WE ARE RICHER. 

GOOD LUCK 

Robin 

AND THE CLASS OF '92. 

DO GOOD FOR THE WORLD. 

The Bieber Family 



THIS ABOVE ALL: 

TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE. 

-Shakespeare, Hamlet 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Yasmin 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Maiya & Soshana Dos 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Kirsten 

WE LOVE YOU! 
Mom, Dad & Kris 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Nodene Makosky 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Dad, Mom, 
Colleen and Tiffy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brian Dilks 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Brent 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris Marschall 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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The Epitome 



EDITORS 



Steven Gabbay 
Deborah Gregg 
Pam Goebel 
Robin Weinberg 
Hillary Schwartz 
Elizabeth Govek 



Ally Nava 
Cara McGrath 
Cathy Chiavetta 
Beth Easley 
Lisa Krick 
Jen Montemurro 



Deborah Streicher 

Editor-in-Chief 



Beth DeMarte 

Managing Editor 



Daniel Essig 

Business Manager 



Pam Mongi 

Epitome Secretary 



Linda Lipko 

Advisor 



Seniors 395 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Todd 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Christopher Anthony Charles 

I'M PROUD OF YOU, 

THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS 

love, Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Heather Savoy 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Hilary 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Maria 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Sandra 




396 Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Barbara 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Marcy 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
AND WISH YOU THE BEST OF 
LUCK IN MEDICAL SCHOOL 
Love, Mom, Dad and Andy 



Jason Steinhart 

HAS MADE US ALL VERY PROUD! 

LOVE AND MAZELTOV, 
The Steinhart Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jon Stimmel 

WE HOPE THE PARTY 

NEVER ENDS! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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WAY TO GO 
Rob Sussman! 

CONGRATULATIONS 

WE LOVE YOU 

Mom, Bonnie, Jenn & Grandma 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Leann Terrell 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Stephen John 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, K.J., E.A. 

and the rest of the family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Vicky Voccola 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Betsy 



Seniors 397 



Phil- 

FEUCITATIONS ET BONNE 

CHANCE A TOI ET TES AMIS DE 

LA CLASSE 92. 

Mere et Pere, Soeur et Frere 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Cindi 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Tara, Jackie, 

Midi & Thai 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Adam 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Josh & Sara 

Mom & Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lauren Wertlieb I 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Mitch & Casey 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Kevin Whelan 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom Dad & Kathleen 



CONGRATULATIONS! 
Tim 

MAY YOU SAIL TO CONTINUED 

SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS. WE'RE 

PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom and Bill 



TO OUR SON, 
Gary W. Wolf II, 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

THIS IS NOT AN ENDING BUT THE 

BEGINNING. WE ARE VERY 

PROUD OF YOU. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



398 Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Liz Wagner 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom & Dad, Elise & Zac 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tak 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Yusuke 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jeff Z. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and the clan 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Elizabeth DeMarte 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Gretchen M. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Beth Ann 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Aletha and Jay 






CONGRATULATIONS 

Stacie 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Doug, Ginger 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jamie 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Jeff 



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Congratulations, Alex! 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU, WE 

LOVE YOU FROM HERE TO THE 

MOON AND BACK, AND WE WISH 

YOU HAPPINESS AND GOOD LUCK 

IN THE REAL WORLD. 

Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Glenn 

I THOUGHT, I FORGOT, 

I DON'T REMEMBER! 

The Kempa's (9) 

WORLD'S WAITING FOR YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO OUR SUNSHINE 

Melissa Delgado I 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Bob and Friends 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Andrea 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Nigel, Seth & Pete 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Greg 

YOU'VE DONE A GREAT JOB! 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

GOOD LUCK & LOADS OF LOVE, 

Mom, Dad, Gary, Kathy & Kristi 



Hollie 

YOU SELECTED LEHIGH FOR EDU- 
CATION AND FUN. YOU CHOSE 
WELL. WE'RE PROUD OF YOUR 
ACHIEVEMENTS. 
Mom, Dad, Stacey & Dean 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Staci Heller 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & the Clan 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Buckley 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Kathleen 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Melynne 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 
WE LOVE YOU. 
Mom and Jim 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Alyssa Greif 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Lou 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Sandi 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

WE LOVE YOU, 

Mom, Dad and Pam 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Mike Shaw 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
Love, Mom and Dad 







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CONGRATULATIONS 
John Lee Tin Jr. 

& BEST OF LUCK FOR THE FUTURE, 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

Love always, Mom, Dad 

& Giselle 



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Jamie 

WISHING YOU SUCCESS IN LIFE 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Goggy & Pop 



Tim 92, 

YOU'VE WORKED REAL HARD! 

CONGRATULATIONS. 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU. 

With love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Philip Rush 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad 

and Judilynne 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Raquel Torres 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

Jason Gendel 
and the Class of 92 

TO THE HOPE FOR A SOCIETY 

WHERE PEOPLE CARE AND 

QUALITY MATTERS. 

With all our love, Mom, Dad & 

Seth 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Philip Rush 

LOVE 
Kyra Gutteridge 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
Darren! 

WE ARE PROUD OF YOU AND 

WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK IN 

THE FUTURE. 

Love, Mom & Dad 



402 Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jessica 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
Love, Mom & Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Mighty Joe W. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Stacey Weisman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Mark 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Lance 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Peter Scherr 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Doug, 

Steve and Susan 



Amy, 

WE APPLAUD YOUR IMMENSE 

SUCCESS AT LEHIGH AND 

INDUCTION TO PHI BETA KAPPA! 

BRAVO, BRAVO 

Mom, Bob, Gram, 

Julie, Jen, Dave 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Craig 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Jim Hrebek Anderson 

ON THE BEGINNING 

OF MUCH SUCCESS. 

YOU'VE MADE US SO PROUD! 

Love Mom and Amy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dana 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Gregg, 

Kara and Brandy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Raquel 

WISHING YOU HAPPINESS 
AND SUCCESS IN LIFE 

Love Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Stacey B. Coffman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad 

and Samara 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



Joseph Charles Lui 



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WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Father and Mom 



404 Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Gordon 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love Mom, Dad and Kim 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Gordon 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

Love, Nanny & Pop-Pop 

Gordon and Griepenburg 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jenni Thornton 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Bobby 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Howard 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

Love, Mom, Dad 

and Randi 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Susan 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, 

William & Catherine 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Otis K. Adusei 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, All of us 





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CONGRATULATIONS 

& BEST OF LUCK 

Dora Hoag 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 

With Pride and Love, 

Carol Ann and Robert Hoag 



Seniors 405 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Bena Spiegel 

AND THE CLASS OF '92! 

I'M PROUD OF YOU 

Love Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Stewart Wessel 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Dad, Mom, Heather, 

Grandpop, Grandmom and 

Grandma Wessel too! 



Melissa 

ON THE LEHIGH HILL 

YOU'VE MADE US PROUD, 

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU 

AND YOUR CROWD! 
Love, Mom, Dad & Jocelyn 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Alayna 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

WE LOVE YOU. 

Mom, Dad and Erica 



CONGRATULATIONS 
AND GOOD LUCK 

Michael Joseph 

AND THE SENIORS OF DELTA PHI 
The Joseph Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jennifer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Andy Carabillo 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom, Dad, 
Antonio & Nonna 




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Dear Alan, 

WITH JOY, WITH PRIDE 

AND ESPECIALLY WITH LOVE, 

WE SHARE THIS 

SPECIAL DAY WITH YOU. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

LOTS OF GOOD LUCK, 

SUCCESS AND 

HAPPINESS ALWAYS. 

Love, Hugs and Kisses, 

Mom, Dad, David, 

Grandma Clara, 

Grandma Sema 

and Papa Sam 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Caroline Woynicki 

YOUR FAMILY WISHES YOU LOVE, 
HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS! 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Michael DeNie 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Bob, Caron, 

Nicole, Monique, David & John 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Susan Marie Koscinski 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS, 

Christine 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 
Love, Andy, Rose & Drew 



CONGRATULATIONS 



Deborah Streicher 



WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



LOVE, 



Mom, Dad and David 



Seniors 407 



Dearest Kim, 



DAD 
(LEE W. PHILLIPS, CLASS OF '49) 
WOULD HAVE BEEN SO PROUD! 



YOU HAVE CARRIED ON 
THE LEHIGH TRADITION 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



All our love, 

Mom, Stanley 

and Rob (Class of '94) 



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Dear Autumn, 



FOLLOW YOUR DREAM... 

TAKE ONE STEP AT A TIME 

AND DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS, 

JUST CONTINUE TO CLIMB. 

WITH LOVE AND PRIDE, 

Mother, Father 
and Erika 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Nicole 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jolie and 

Grandma 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim & Jeanie 
Linsley 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Gregg Kobak 

WERE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE YOU, 

Mom, Dad, Doug, Andy 

& Molson 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jenna 

LOVE 
Chris, Jessie, Amanda & Lissa 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jennifer Henderson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Dad, Mom & Grandma 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jenn 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

Love, Grandma & Grandpa 

Henderson 



Seniors 409 



POOKIE 

Never settle for anything but the 

best - - you deserve nothing less. 

Your goals are well within your 

reach, and I know you will achieve 

them. I see wonderful things in 

your future. I hope there is always a 

smile on your face and that all of 

your dreams come true. 

wish you happiness always. 

ALL MY LOVE, 
PUDGE 



410 Seniors 



In Closing 



Colophon 



Unless you were actually 
on the Epitome staff, or on 
the staff of your high school 
yearbook, you have no idea 
how much work went into 
this book. As Editor-in-Chief, 
I saw the late hours , the pres- 
sure of deadlines, and the 
frustration of the editors 
when things did not work 
out exactly as planned. Fif- 
teen people put in a lot of 
time and effort to try and 
make this the best yearbook 
yet. When something has 
your name on it, you want 
to be proud of it. I think all 
the editors should take a 
bow. They deserve it. 

This book tried to capture 
the true spirit of Lehigh, from 
academics to tailgates. We 
have fun here , we work hard 
here, and this place is our 
home for the majority of the 
year. An infinite number of 
memories have been com- 
piled into 412 pages, and 
I'm sure each one of us has 
our own special memories. 
For my fellow graduates, I 
can only hope that this book 
will bring back fond memo- 
ries of your senior year at 
Lehigh. The Class of 1992 
came in with Act 3 1 and left 
with closed parties and 
bracelets. Lehigh has gone 
through many changes 
while we were here, and so 
have we. Looking back at 
the Epitome will hopefully 
make all of us smile when 
we remember what life was 
like here. 

I could put in some won- 
derfully profound quote, but 
to tell you the truth there are 
far too many to choose 
from. What I will do, how- 
ever, is finally draw this book 
to a close and say good- 
bye. This book is finished!! 
All I can say is enjoy this 
book, it was done for each 
and every one of you. 

Thank You. 

■ . 

Deborah B. Streicher 

Editor-in-Chief 

The 1992 Epitome 



Book: Volume 1 16 of the Epitome, 1992 edition, the official yearbook of Lehigh University was printed 
by Jostens Printing and Publishing Division, State College Pennsylvania, using an offset lithography 
process. The paper is primarily #80 Gloss with black ink. Color pages used #1 10 Kromkote paper. 
Cover: The cover is made of a storm gray material with silver foil and green accents. The cover was 
designed by the Epitome staff and drawn by Jostens. 

Headlines: Palatino typeface was used for the majority of the book. Advertisements and page 
numbers used Avant Garde type. Headline, body copy and picture caption size vary throughout the 
book. 

Photographs: Photographs are the work of Epitome and Brown & White staff photographers. The 
Epitome photography editor was Debbie Gregg and Adam Griff was the photography consultant. 
Senior portraits, as well as sports and graduation candids were taken by Merin Studios, Philadelphia, 
PA. Team photographs were taken and supplied by Ryan Studios, Bethlehem, PA. The fraternity and 
sorority composites were taken by Fraternal Composite Services, Utica, NY. 

Thanks 



Beth DeMarte: Having an experienced Managing Editor really makes a difference. You 
were a big help in organizing this book. Thanks for everything. 

Danielle Essig: Without your help I don't know what I would have done. You were a great 
business manager. Even with our financial limitations, I think we managed to put out a 
great book. It took me 22 years, but I think I have finally learned the meaning of the word 
budget. 

Steven Gabbay: I guess I could lie to you and say this job was a piece of cake, but I'm 
not that good at being a liar. What I can honestly say is that in the end, the nightmare is 
definitely worth it. 2 pieces of advice: 1-learn Phil klein's phone number ASAP!, 2- DO NOT 
stress! 

Debbie Gregg: I do not envy your job!! You really had a lot to do, and only a small 
amount of help. You can't have a yearbook without photos, and we could never have 
done it without you. 

Cathy Chiavetta & Beth Easley: OK, I'll admit things got a little crazy toward the end. But 
considering how great the Senior section turned out, I have to say it was worth it.. You 
really put a lot of time and effort into your section and it definitely shows. THANK YOU. 
And Cathy, always remember to keep your shoes on- you never know when the power is 
going to go out! 

Pam Goebel & Robin Weinberg: Constantly tracking down delinquent living groups is 
quite a task. You section is FINISHED! Now you can heave a sigh of relief and get ready 
for next year. Good luck! 

Hillary Schwartz & Elizabeth Govek: You really committed yourselves to your section and I 
think you have something to be proud of. You came up wtih some great ideas to help 
liven up your section and I think your brainstorming payed off. We finally have an aca- 
demics section with some life! 

Jen Montemurro & Lisa Krick: Once again the Features section looks great. Jen, I hope 
things go well for you at the Brown & White next year. Lisa, I'm sorry you didn't decide to 
stay for another year. 

Ally Nava & Cara McGrath: Things may not have started off well, but you both did a 
great job after that one momentary lapse. The section looks fantastic. 

Pam Mongi: We gave you quite a lot of work this year. I hope we didn't keep you too 
busy! You have no idea how much your help is appreciated by the entire staff. Thanks for 
everything. We would never have made it without you. 

Phil Klein: One thing I can say is that you are probably the calmest person I know. Not 
once did you ever get frustrated with me (at least you never showed it!), or talk about a 
Christmas ship date. Anyone who buys this book owes you a debt of gratitude for all of 
the time you put into this book and the faith you put into the staff. 

Linda Lipko: Thank you is not nearly enough. You were more than an advisor to me, you 
were a great friend. You made me believe I could really do this job, and do it well. We 
all knew we could count on you when we had questions or problems to be solved. You 
never let us down. Thank you from the entire Epitome staff. 

Philip McKinley Martin: THANK YOU FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE AND PUTTING UP WITH ME! 
You helped me survive some pretty stressful times and prevented me from losing it com- 
pletely. You have no idea how much your support meant to me. I hope you know how 
special you really are. 2/22/91- AND FOREVER IN MY HEART. I will love you always. 



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